VT Engineers for the World podcast

VT Engineers for the World podcast

Latest Episodes

Dr. Ray Wang on Energy Research and Development
May 03, 2022

Episode 17. We talk with Dr. Ray Wang, the head of business development for Asia at Sasol Co. Ltd. Dr. Wang graduated with a Ph.D. in Materials Science from Virginia Tech. He has worked in both Nation

Dr. Dan Sable on his work in the Space Industry
May 03, 2022

Episode 18. We talk with Dr. Dan Sable, the CEO of VPT, Incorporated. VPT, Inc. is a global leader in power conversion solutions for use in avionics, military, and space applications. VPT power conver

Commander Kelley Jones on her 21 years of service in the United States Navy
May 03, 2022

Episode 16. We talk with Commander Kelley Jones at the United States Navy. Kelley is a decorated Veteran and a graduate of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets. She holds a BS in electrical engineering f

Linsey Marr on Airborne Transmission of Infectious Diseases
April 04, 2022

Episode 15. We talk with Dr. Linsey Marr, the Charles P. Lunsford Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech. Dr. Marr talks about her research on the transformation and fate of

Yasser Hanafy on Virginia Tech - Egypt Engineering Graduate Education Partnership
March 03, 2022

Episode 14. Interview with Dr. Yasser Hanafy on the long-running graduate education collaboration between Virginia Tech and multiple universities in Alexandria, Egypt. Creative Commons BY-NC-SA licens

Carin Roberts-Wollman on Bridge Infrastructure in Europe
February 01, 2022

Episode 13. Interview with Dr. Carin Roberts-Wollmann, Professor of Civil Engineering, on the Virginia Tech Bridges and Society program she leads in Europe. Photo: Virginia Tech. Creative Commons BY-N

Penny & Andy Muelenaer on TEAM Malawi
December 06, 2021

Episode 12. Full interview with Drs. Penelope and Andre Muelenaer, faculty at Virginia Tech affiliated with the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and the Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics D

Linbing Wang on Global Civil Infrastructure
October 29, 2021

Episode 11. Interview with Professor Linbing Wang of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering on how civil infrastructure engineering crosses national borders to serve global societal nee

Marie Stettler Kleine on "Doing Engineering for Good"
October 11, 2021

Episode 10. Interview with Marie Stettler Kleine (PhD in STS @VT, 2020), a Humanitarian Engineering Post-Doctoral Researcher at Colorado School of Mines about her research into the institutional struc

Shortcut Edition - Penny and Andy Muelenaer on TEAM Malawi
October 11, 2021

In this "shortcut edition" of Engineers for the World, we catch up with Penny and Andy Muelenaer about their work with TEAM Malawi at the intersection of global public health and biomedical engineerin