If you're an easily distracted driver, pay heed. A study directed by Thomas A. Dingus (Ph.D. '87) of the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute confirms that attentive driving is the surest way to avoid accidents.
Much of what David Calhoun (accounting '79), vice chairman of infrastructure for General Electric, shared at Virginia Tech's 133rd commencement ceremony was learned firsthand--and it's advice for the ages.
Acclaimed for its programs in engineering education, research, and public service, the College of Engineering is among the nation's very best. Its unique "hands-on, minds-on" approach is one way the college prepares highly skilled engineers who are also excellent leaders and communicators.