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Elizabeth White, April Gray, Miguel Perez, Josh Quesenberry, Laurel Glenn, and Carl Mitchell

Each year, Virginia Tech recognizes employees for significant career milestones through the service recognition program. This program acknowledges employees for continuous service to the university in 5-year increments beginning at 10 years. This year, 28 of nearly 900 employees honored during events on April 11 and 19 were from VTTI. Collectively, the following employees have 2023 Virginia Tech Service Recognition Awards

This month, Brian Williams will mark 17 years as a full-time employee of VTTI, having served as a research specialist and then senior research specialist before moving into his current role of research associate. However, his involvement with VTTI goes back to 2003, when he was hired part time during his undergraduate years at Virginia Driving Forces: Brian Williams

Two people in a VTTI vehicle

For decades, volunteer participants have been the backbone of VTTI’s research, and we are greatly indebted to the thousands of individuals who have contributed to our studies. These volunteers are critical to advancements in transportation, and they are people just like you! Individuals can volunteer as little or as much as they like—even if it’s We need you – to volunteer!