2Loud at Virginia Tech is a Car Audio Club and Team that explores the ins and outs of car audio. The Team researches, builds, tests, and tunes a SPL (sound pressure level) car for car audio competitions.
The purpose of the Aerial Robotics Club at Virginia Tech is for UAV enthusiasts to discuss and explore ideas for UAVs and their applications, and ultimately to build and fly them in real life.
The purposes of VTARA are to encourage an understanding of and an interest in amateur radio, to provide a station for the use of club members, and to provide emergency and public service communications.
The American Association for Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) student chapter at Virginia Tech is made up of collegiate geoscience students and is one of the world's foremost co-educational programs within the geoscience sector.
AIAA is dedicated towards promoting community and professional development opportunities for students interested in aerospace to strengthen their technical and professional knowledge as students and future engineers in the aerospace field.
The Association for Operations Management.
The Association for Women in Computing is a student-run, non-profit organization at Virginia Tech. For almost 20 years, we have worked to promote the recruitment and retention of women in technology- and computer-oriented professions.
This organization serves to foster and inspire interest in astronomy for both members and the general public.
Atmospheric Teaching Experiment is an outreach project that will teach K-12 students about STEM disciplines through the design and launch of a high altitude weather balloon.
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) works to advance the unmanned systems and robotics community, from cars to drones and nanobots. Typical meetings include unmanned vehicle demonstrations, speakers, and building workshops.