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Media release: Annual report on The Virginia Plan for Higher Education

Report on Virginia’s strategic plan identifies successes and challenges for higher education
RICHMOND — The annual report on The Virginia Plan for Higher Education, the state’s strategic plan, shows that the Commonwealth continues to make headway toward its goal to become the best-educated state by 2030. 


Governor McAuliffe announces Virginia Tech to receive grantGovernor McAuliffe announces Virginia Tech to receive $1.1 million grant from the Virginia Research Investment Fund

RICHMOND — Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that the Virginia Research Investment Committee (VRIC) has approved a $1.1 million grant to Virginia Tech to support a medical device that will use low-energy electric fields to treat brain tumors.


College Application week news release

Release: 2016-17 marks a record for bachelor’s degrees and STEM-H credentials in Virginia

RICHMOND —  More people earned bachelor’s degrees in Virginia in 2016-17 than ever before, including a record number of  degrees in STEM-H fields.

 


Governor McAuliffe Announces $1.4 million in grantsGovernor McAuliffe Announces $1.4 million in grants from the Virginia Research Investment Fund

RICHMOND — Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that $1.4 million in grants have been awarded from the Virginia Research Investment Fund in its first funding round.

 

Virginia Business MagazineThe Path to No. 1

Virginia Business has the full story of how The Virginia Plan is guiding the Commonwealth to become the nation’s best-educated state. 




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College Application week news release

Release: 2016-17 marks a record for bachelor’s degrees and STEM-H credentials in Virginia

RICHMOND —  More people earned bachelor’s degrees in Virginia in 2016-17 than ever before, including a record number of  degrees in STEM-H fields.

College Application week news release

Release: 2016-17 marks a record for bachelor’s degrees and STEM-H credentials in Virginia

RICHMOND —  More people earned bachelor’s degrees in Virginia in 2016-17 than ever before, including a record number of  degrees in STEM-H fields.

 
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