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History department at VT
General ItemHistory Student Organizations
History students at Virginia Tech run an award-winning chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the History Honor Society, as well as the History Club.
Article ItemAmy Nelson honored with emerita status , article
Amy Nelson, associate professor of history in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech, has been conferred the title of associate professor emerita by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors.
Article ItemBooks published by Virginia Tech faculty and staff , article
The following books were authored or edited by Virginia Tech faculty and staff and published in 2022.
Article ItemGraduate students, mentors honored at annual Graduate Education Week awards reception , article
The Graduate School recognized master’s and doctoral students as well as faculty mentors from across Virginia Tech’s campuses and programs for their work, honoring them with awards of excellence at its annual awards reception during Graduate Education Week.
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Article ItemMark Barrow wins 2023 Teaching Scholar Award for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning , article
An approach to project-based learning that gets undergraduate history majors excited about researching and writing a 20-page essay? That’s a solution worth sharing. For Mark V. Barrow Jr., professor of history in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, sharing such pedagogical innovations led to his being named the winner of the 2023 Teaching Scholar Award for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. The award is presented every three years to a faculty member who pursues scholarship addressing teaching and learning in higher education.
Article ItemJennifer Hart named chair of Department of History , article
Jennifer Hart will join Virginia Tech in the fall semester as the new chair of the Department of History.
Article ItemInterdisciplinary team receives continued support to visualize the past , article
The National Endowment for the Humanities awarded a $98,500 grant to an interdisciplinary team led by Virginia Tech to create an augmented reality program prototype that brings Civil War history to park visitors’ fingertips. Experts from Virginia Tech, Virginia Commonwealth University, Pamplin Historical Park, and its National Museum of the Civil War Soldier in Petersburg, Virginia, are involved in the project.
Article ItemPhi Beta Kappa recognizes excellence in creativity and research among faculty members, students , article
Each spring the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, sponsored by the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, offers awards for excellence in creativity, research, and writing to faculty and undergraduates. Photo by Mary Desmond for Virginia Tech.
Article ItemInspired by experience, students share volunteer guidance with Blacksburg Refugee Partnership , article
Around the world, families are displaced by war and political unrest. When they do escape the chaos, they face new challenges. Oceans away from the only life they know, they must find housing and financial security, often while navigating daunting language barriers and biases. For those landing in Southwest Virginia, help is available from volunteers at the Blacksburg Refugee Partnership
Article ItemCadet chosen to highlight the colors at the Rutgers game , article
Cadet Jack Carlin will travel with the Hokies to receive the flags at Saturday’s football game at Rutgers.
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