We produce various university-related and extension-oriented video programs for recruiting, informational, and promotional purposes.
- These programs are made available through various campus departments, the campus library, and extension offices throughout the state.
- Recommend downloading the small version for 56 K modems (otherwise significant download times will occur).
- QuickTime is necessary.
- Stuttered play back: download a smaller version (increasing allocated RAM to the QuickTime Player may solve this on Macs running OS 9.2 or ealier).
- For older videos please visit University Videos Page 2.
- "Virginia Tech Principles Of Community": [Run Time; 1:12]
- "Winning... It's All In The Mind": 2005 University halftime spot. [Run Time; 0:30]
- "Breaking New Ground In Veterinary Medicine": A look at the work going on at the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. [Run Time; 11:37]
- "Ut Prosim: Alumni, Faculty & Students": Opening video presentation at the 2005 Ut Prosim banquet. [Run Time; 3:47]
- "Operation: Provide Classroom Comfort": Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets graduate Major Mark Sherkey leads the effort to rebuild and supply schools in Iraq. [Run Time; 3:35]
- "Silent Parade Of Flags": A silent vigil for those lost in the recent tsunami. [Run Time; 1:55]
- "Virginia Tech Dreams": Dreams are achieved at Virginia Tech. [Run Time; 7:15]
- "Campus Update January, 2004": Takes a look at the new buildings and facilities added to the university over the last six years. [Run Time; 5:18]
- "An Evolution In Supercomputing: System X": Virginia Tech faculty, staff, and students pulled together in a race to build the fastest university supercomputer in the world. [Run Time; 8:21]
- "An Olympic Effort": “Voice of the Hokies” Bill Roth introduces Tech’s new wrestling coach, 1996 Olympic gold medalist Tom Brands. [Run Time; 3:56]
- "VT Challenge": Undergraduate recruiting video produced for the Office of Admissions. Released Feb. 2004. [Run Time; 12:17]
- "The Worldwide Classroom": In addition to broadening a Hokie’s horizons, a study-abroad scholarship can offer a life-changing experience. [Run Time; 5:40]
- "Hokie Stone: Past, Present, and Future": Review Tech’s proud architectural history and get a glimpse of what lies ahead. [Run Time; 9:15]
- "Open House: The New Alumni and Conference Center":
Join Vice President for Alumni Relations Tom Tillar for a sneak preview tour of this impressive new facility. [Run Time; 3:56]
- "Weighing the Options": Is obesity a growing problem in America? Virginia Tech’s food and nutrition experts share their concerns and give tips for the healthiest ways to shape up. [Run Time; 5:57]
- "Working" Halftime Spot: Aired on ESPN and other networks during televised football games (2004 Season). [Run Time; :30]
- "Dreams 2003" Halftime Spot: Aired on ESPN and other networks during televised football games (2003 Season). [Run Time; :30]
- "Dreams" Halftime Spot: Aired on ESPN and other networks during televised football games (2002 Season). [Run Time; :30]
- "Researching" Halftime Spot: Aired on ESPN and other networks during televised football games (2002-2003 Season). [Run Time; :30]
- "Guardian of Tradition... Guardian of Excellence": Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets recruiting video. [Run Time; 12:30]
- "Health and Medical Research": Explores the health and medical research being conducted at Virginia Tech. [Run Time; 6:14]
- "Terascale" Virginia Tech Report (VTR): News feature on the construction and operation of the world's third fastest super computer. [Run Time; 2:04]
- "Helmet Impact Study" Virginia Tech Report (VTR): News feature on a study being conducted at Virginia Tech that measures the impacts football players receive and deliver on the field. [Run Time; 1:33]
- Putting Knowledge To Work: Focuses on research being performed at Virginia Tech and how that knowledge is put to use. [Run Time; 7:55]
- "Solar House": Innovative house constructed by Virginia Tech students powered solely by the sun. [Run Time: 5:54]