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Article ItemSun, rain, and smiles for CLAHS 2022 commencement , article
See photos of the 2022 CLAHS commencement on May 13.
Article ItemLisa Tucker is new head of Department of Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management , article
Tucker said she is excited to build the reputation of the programs that reside in the department.
Article ItemIn Memoriam: Trudy Harrington Becker , article
According to those who loved her, Gertrude "Trudy" Becker, a senior instructor of history at Virginia Tech, was a million intricacies wrapped into one incredible human being.
Article ItemVirginia Tech mother and son both earn Ph.D.s this spring , article
Sharon Stidham and her son, James, shared an apartment and encouraged each other’s work as they pursued their degrees.
Article ItemA few minutes with Hannah Ballowe , article
Hannah Ballowe is a Virginia Tech track athlete and a graduate student in English. In this interview, she discusses how the two combine, why she chose to become a graduate student in the English M.A. program, and her favorite authors.
Article ItemIdentifying, opposing racism in education at center of work by two faculty members , article
Chase Catalano, an assistant professor of higher education, and Rachelle Kuehl, a research scientist in rural education, recently received awards from the Spencer Foundation, a leading funder of education research.
Article ItemFrom Kindergarten teacher to doctoral student: Anna Merz continues the path started at Virginia Tech , article
The alumna is continuing her studies in Victorian literature, but she returns to Virginia Tech on April 21 as the keynote speaker for the Department of English's Undergraduate Excellence Conference.
Article ItemPaul Springer to lead Department of Human Development and Family Science , article
Springer, a faculty member in the Department of Child, Youth, and Family Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will start in his new role at Virginia Tech on July 1.
Article ItemWith NEH grant, Jessica Taylor to study 17th century escapes and escape attempts by unfree laborers , article
Taylor’s project, “Dangerous Harbor: Finding Escaped Unfree Laborers in the 17th Century Chesapeake,” will study documentation of escape attempts of people held in bondage in 17th-century Virginia, North Carolina, and Maryland.
Article ItemLisa Tucker honored with Arnold P. Friedmann Educator of Distinction award , article
After 22 years in higher education, Lisa Tucker has received the Arnold P Friedman Educator of Distinction award.
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