Results for: Alumni News
Article ItemThanks for the memories: Donors hope to inspire others to give , article
Alumni often remember the games, the excitement, and the joy of being together in Lane Stadium — and the enduring legacy of being part of Hokie Nation. That’s why a number of graduates are hosting donor challenges in support of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences on Giving Day, held from Feb. 23 at noon to Feb. 24 at noon.
Article ItemDo you feel lucky? ‘Spaghetti Western’ takes on classic genre with Silly String , article
You may have heard of “A Fistful of Dollars,” “For a Few Dollars More,” and “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” but now there is a fourth movie, one that changes the stereotypes of the Western genre. “Spaghetti Western,” a collaborative Virginia Tech community short film, is pointing fingers, taking names, and garnering awards as it challenges notions of age, gender, and race through humor.
Article Item‘Mosaic for Earth’ concert to celebrate, explore world wonders with 300 musicians , article
“This project harnesses the power of music to celebrate nature and consider our responsibilities as stewards of the natural world,” said Dwight Bigler, “Mosaic for Earth” composer and director of choirs at Virginia Tech. The School of Performing Arts seeks community support to showcase the concert worldwide.
Article ItemFormer Hokie Olympians share their past experiences , article
The five Olympians — Bimbo Coles, Kristi Castlin, Queen Harrison, Marcel Lomnicky, and Darrell Wesh — competed at Virginia Tech and took part in the summer Olympics, beginning with Coles in 1988.
Article ItemVirginia Tech students, alumni, and faculty help refugee families find their footing , article
Virginia Tech students, faculty, and alumni are upholding their commitments to Ut Prosim through refugee resettlement work.
Article ItemReading specialist Karen Mumaw has created a storybook to teach children about the pandemic , article
A graduate of the Virginia Tech School of Education, Mumaw has written “Air Hugs, Not Bear Hugs,” featuring a young panda bear learning to cope with COVID-19 restrictions in school.
Article ItemPaige Whitlock promotes disciplinary literacy with insights from the classroom and her research , article
Paige Whitlock was recently named winner of Virginia Tech’s 2021 Outstanding Dissertation in Social Sciences, Business, Education, and Humanities.
Article ItemHow a Virginia Tech alumnae forged a path that led to the No. 2 post at the USDA , article
On May 13, Jewel Bronaugh, the former dean of the College of Agriculture at Virginia State University and 4-H youth development specialist, was confirmed as the deputy secretary of the USDA after being nominated in January by then President-Elect Joe Biden.
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