Three new Boeing Scholars join Innovation Campus spring class – Virginia Tech Daily

The Virginia Tech Innovation Campus welcomes three new Boeing Scholars to the spring 2022 class. Diego Espinoza, Elsa Gonzalez-Aguilar, and Adrian Ruvalcaba join the inaugural class of seven scholars in Virginia Tech’s Master of Engineering graduate programs.

This spring’s scholars bring a diverse array of specialized technical backgrounds – from interests in cybersecurity, machine learning, AI, and more.

Boeing’s $50 million commitment to the Innovation Campus, announced in May 2021, includes funding student scholarships, fostering recruitment of world class faculty and researchers, and funding STEM pathways programs for underserved K-12 students. The company is committed to Innovation Campus Vice President and Executive Director Lance Collins’ vision to create the nation’s most diverse graduate technology campus.

The Virginia Tech Innovation Campus – located in the Potomac Yard area of Alexandria, Virginia – will be both a place and a culture that unlocks the power of diverse people and ideas to solve the world’s most pressing problems through technology. Academic Building One of the Innovation Campus is under construction and is expected to open in 2024. Currently, its classes are held in Virginia Tech’s Northern Virginia Center in Falls Church.

Fall 2022 applicants can learn more about our scholarship opportunities.

Meet the Spring 2022 Boeing Scholars


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