Goals and planning for the institute through 2018. Available as PDF.
The formation and progress of the institute.
Senior administrators for five colleges, along with senior leadership of other closely affiliated administrative units, work closely with the director to set strategic directions and make resource investment decisions on behalf of the institute and to support the growth of nationally and internationally recognized research programs, particularly in interdisciplinary areas.
Comprised of faculty members appointed by the deans of each college represented on the Stakeholders Board, these faculty serve in an advisory role to the institute director in defining and prioritizing the research areas and resources of the institute.
ICTAS inventors have submitted several patent applications, both active and pending.
The process by which ICTAS centers come into existence. (PDF, 12 KB)
Giving to ICTAS
The Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science (ICTAS) sincerely thanks each of the many dedicated benefactors who have expressed their support for excellence in research and a sustainable future for society. Contributions from the Hugh and Ethel Kelly Foundation, as well as the American Electric Power Foundation, have made ICTAS a driving force for the growth and expansion of research at Virginia Tech.
The College of Engineering’s Development Office identifies, cultivates, and recognizes those interested in supporting the ICTAS mission and programs.
The College of Engineering’s Development Office
Support to ICTAS may be channeled many ways, including:
Gifts may be targeted to support immediate needs, current or future opportunities, or specific programs. All gifts contribute to the overall health, productivity, and potential of the institute as well as that of the university.
You may use Virginia Tech’s secure online giving system to make a gift in support of the institute. If you would like to learn more about the options the university offers for making a gift, use the links provided below.