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Letter From the Editor

Welcome to the April 2024 issue of Engineers’ Forum!

We hope everyone is ready for the summer! Our team is so excited that you have chosen to pick up a copy of our magazine. We hope you enjoy reading about all the engineering events and tips this issue has to offer!

First up, Amirah Jones, walks us through a cybersecurity toolset with CTF! The OSINT is often associated with private investigators and cybersecurity professionals and is certainly a valuable resource for various jobs across other domains and sectors. If you want to learn more about cybersecurity in that space, this is the article for you.

For those of you searching ways to immerse yourself in a new organization, Zoe Miloszewski’s article discusses WECE: A New Club Bringing Women Together at Virginia Tech. This club creates an opportunity for women in one of the fields where they are most greatly underrepresented to support each other’s endeavors and encourage the pursuit of their goals.


Do you want to hear about the importance of conversation as an engineer? If your answer is yes, then you are in luck. Adrian DiMarco’s article walks us through how a good conversation with the right person could very well change the trajectory of your life.


Have you been interested in Robotics? Do you want to be more involved? Ethan Chung’s article discusses how the Competitive Robotics Organization and Virginia Tech have been making a name for themselves. They have four robotics design teams across three labs and all compete against some of the other university robotics teams. Be sure to check out this article to hear about the incredible work they have been doing!

Sahithi Sarva, provides insights on the engineering career fairs available to students at Virginia Tech. A majority of students receive internship and job offers through the career fairs held at Virginia Tech. In Spring of 2024, Virginia Tech held 6 Engineering career fairs. Learn more about them in Saahithi’s article


We appreciate your continued support of our mission: to capture the student engineering experience at Virginia Tech. Enjoy!


Adeline Ghosh

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