The Northern Virginia section of McIntire’s M.S. in MIT Program has moved to Tysons Corner, Va. The Valo Park site is a 16-acre campus environment that weaves site structure, open space, and architecture together into a coherent sense of place. The facilities are located at the 495 express lanes on Jones Branch Drive, with easy access to the Capital Beltway and the entire Washington region.
With its award-winning design, state-of-the-art corporate auditorium, 10 conference rooms, six dining rooms, and impressive atrium lobby, “Valo Park is well-equipped to serve as the new home of the M.S. in MIT Program’s Northern Virginia section,” M.S. in MIT Director and IT Professor Stefano Grazioli says.
“The stage, lights, and acoustics are all enhancements,” he explains, “and the large auditorium will allow us to host larger events for current classes, alumni, and prospective students when we feature such high-profile guest speakers as General Stanley McChrystal, MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor, and U.S. Deputy CIO Margie Graves.”
The site is the perfect setting for the program, Grazioli says, noting that it “reflects the identity of the M.S. in MIT Program—professional, modern, and innovative.”
Visit the Valo Park website to learn more about the facilities’ amenities, convenient location, and event spaces, and to view a photo gallery.