Meeting Site: Virginia Tech is a public land-grant university serving the Commonwealth of Virginia, the nation, and the global community. Founded in 1872, Virginia Tech has approximately 135 campus buildings on its 2,600-acre main campus in Blacksburg, Virginia. Through a combination of its three missions of learning, discovery, and engagement, Virginia Tech continually strives to accomplish the charge of its motto Ut Prosim (That I May Serve).
Virginia Tech also has off-campus educational facilities in six regions throughout Virginia, an undergraduate education and research site in Switzerland, a research and instruction site in the Dominican Republic, and a 1,800-acre agriculture research farm near the main campus.
Virginia Tech has established excellence in a broad cross-section of virological research including veterinary virology (College of Veterinary Medicine), plant and invertebrate virology (College of Agriculture and Life Science), and medical virology (Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute).
The ASV morning symposia will take place in Moss Arts Center on the northeast end of campus; the poster sessions will be held in the Squires Student Center; and the concurrent workshops will be held in nearby academic facilities. Symposia, workshops, poster sessions, and evening events are all within easy walking distance on Virginia Tech’s beautiful main campus.