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Article ItemDanna Agmon receives National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship , article
When the history professor was writing her first book, she discovered a curious pattern in how France governed its empire in India in the 18th and 19th centuries. Her quest to understand how those laws formed landed her a fellowship.
Article ItemVirginia Tech alumnus John Ross helps educators continue teaching during pandemic , article
John Ross was traveling in Iceland when he heard the news that the coronavirus pandemic was causing most learning environments to go online. As an instructional designer, he knew just how to help.
Article ItemNew Arabic major offers more than language skills , article
Virginia Tech now offers a major in this critical and in-demand language and prepares students for their roles in the global affairs, service, and education.
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Article ItemAppalachian proud , article
The Appalachian Studies Program offers a special funding opportunity for undergraduates with ties to the region. Because of their desire to create a positive future in Appalachia, Kaylee Crockett, an agricultural technology major, and Isabella Jimenez, a biological science major, received the honor for 2020.
Article ItemSchool of Performing Arts begins fall theater season with ‘The Cretans’ , article
The world premiere of the audio production of “The Cretans” will stream online Oct. 2, 9, and 16.
Article ItemWornie Reed: Juneteenth represents freedom , article
What began as a freedom celebration in Texas 155 years ago has spread throughout the United States. June 19 is known as Juneteenth.
Article ItemMichael Hughes recognized for discoveries in the sociology field , article
The sociology professor’s research on a range of topics — including culture, race, and mental health — has made him an ideal candidate for the Southern Sociological Society’s highest honor.
Article ItemBoard of Visitors approves proposed formation of School of Communication and Digital Media , article
Pending approval from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, the school would expand the university’s already award-winning communication programs.
Article ItemClass of 2021: Human development major Carly Rettie determined to improve education through policy , article
“I entered college thinking I wanted to be an elementary-school teacher,” said the senior human development major. “I have since had experiential learning opportunities that opened my eyes to careers in education I didn’t even know existed.”
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