The Adult Day Services Center in the Department of Human Development provides services to older adults and their families in the New River Valley, and serves as a teaching and research site for students learning about care for older adults and issues on aging.
The Center for Digital Discourse and Culture in the Department of Political Science provides one of the world’s first university-based digital points of publication for new forms of scholarly communication, academic research, and cultural analysis.
The Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention in the Department of Sociology is a student-centered, cross-disciplinary undertaking that builds on the academic, cultural, and security initiatives that evolved within the Virginia Tech community after the tragedy of April 16, 2007.
The Center for Race and Social Policy in the Department of Sociology promotes a broad and inclusive concept of race and ethnicity, including African Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, European Americans, Latinos, and people with biracial and multiracial identities.
The first of its kind in the nation, the Center for Real Life Design in the Department of Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management opened in 1998 as a collaboration between the university and the kitchen industry.
The Child Development Center for Learning and Research in the Department of Human Development provides model programs and leadership for the local, state, and national early childhood communities in teaching, research, and the service missions of the university.
Family Therapy Center in the Department of Human Development offers low-cost, high-quality psychotherapy and counseling to couples, families, individuals, and organizations in the New River Valley and surrounding areas.
The mission of the Training and Technical Assistance Center, part of the School of Education, is to improve educational opportunities for children and youth with disabilities and contribute to their success.
Part of the Department of History, the Virginia Center for Civil War Studies concentrates on the actions that led to the war, the factors that help explain it and its aftermath, the people who lived through it, and the ongoing effects of the conflict.
The mission of Virginia View, part of the School of Education, is to inform, encourage, and support the education and career development of people across the state by providing resources and training to school counselors, educators, workforce development professionals, students, parents, and job seekers.