A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1995, Teulon made significant contributions to French studies through his work in 18th century French literature. He also established his department’s study abroad program in Paris.
The largest scholarship gift ever made to Virginia Tech endows the foundation’s signature A. James Clark Scholars Program, which provides students with a full-tuition scholarship and a holistic approach to engineering education. This fall’s inaugural class of 10 students from the College of Engineering and the Myers-Lawson School of Construction will grow to 40 in-state students by 2020.
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 2000, Gaskill has contributed to the understanding of clothing and textiles research as it applies to retailing, small business management, entrepreneurship, and international business development and sustainability.
The scenographer and lighting designer on more than 220 productions, Ward also designed or supported the design of theatre venues in the Moss Arts Center, Henderson Hall, and Theatre 101 at Virginia Tech.