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Innovation Campus gets $50M boost to diversify campus

Boeing invests $50 million in Virginia Tech’s Innovation Campus. The May 4 announcement from Boeing’s Arlington campus helps jump-start the university’s efforts to create the most diverse graduate campus in the the United States.

A photo of a speaker at a press conference regarding the May 4th announcement.


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