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Article ItemGrant awarded for green real estate management textbook , article
Virginia’s Academic Library Consortium awarded a grant to Erin Hopkins, an associate professor for apparel, housing, and resource management, and Anita Walz, University Libraries’ assistant director of open education and scholarly communication, to create a freely available textbook about green real estate management.
Article ItemProtecting skin the fashionable way , article
While working toward her degree at Virginia Tech, Erica Sullivan Feggeler used her mom’s melanoma diagnosis and her own scare as motivation to start a sun-protective clothing line. She built a team of students from multiple colleges and entered a contest put on by the Apex Center for Entrepreneurs. Her idea won for the fan favorite category.
Article ItemInside the Oris Glisson Historic Costume and Textile Collection , article
The collection, which was created in the 1950s by the eponymous professor Oris Glisson, now contains over 5,000 pieces of historic clothing, accessories, and textiles.
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.
Article ItemFashion merchandising and design program receives accreditation , article
There are 124 students in Virginia Tech’s fashion merchandising and design program. Students take classes in product development, textiles, merchandising, and more.
Article ItemNostalgia fuels hype for adult Barbie costumes, fashion design expert says , article
This Halloween is expected to look a lot like Barbie’s Dreamland. The widely successful summer film’s stars Barbie and Ken have found their way onto the top Halloween costume lists for this year. In fact, social media has even dubbed the holiday #Barbieween.