This follows a study on what Southwest Virginia could do to get a piece of the wind energy supply chain.
The school’s growth comes as many small colleges struggle.
Yes, and a Christiansburg company is playing a role in this futuristic technology.
A pilot program has made this inland city a center for Navy training.
Economic development officials see uses for the technology in the agriculture and energy sectors, areas that they hope to expand in Southwest Virginia.
Patrick & Henry Community College will launch a corresponding associate degree in manufacturing engineering technology.
A research initiative launched in Southwest Virginia has a goal of turning gob into valuable raw materials for high-tech manufacturing.
Southwest Virginia is looking at what it needs to do to capture part of wind energy business.
Software developer: “We think we’re going to be the first in the nation” to auto-generate title abstracts
The answer may be more low-tech than high-tech: The county’s growing Amish population.