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Article ItemBrandy Faulkner named Gloria D. Smith Professor of Black Studies , article
An award-winning teacher, Faulkner has worked to promote an appreciation of diversity, inclusiveness, and collaboration on campus. Her scholarship focuses on constitutional and administrative law, race and public policy, and critical organization theory.
Article ItemService is music to a scholarship recipient with an international focus , article
Meredith Beavers, the 2019 recipient of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Dean’s Roundtable Scholarship, is using the scholarship to explore sustainable practices in developing countries.
Article ItemSenior international relations major comes full circle in wanting to help others , article
From taking on leadership roles in the Student Government Association to an internship helping refugees, Sanskriti Neupane charted a path to prepare for a career in which she could help others.
Article ItemExhibit highlights African American women and their fight to vote , article
The women you meet through the exhibit do not represent the full extent of the African American women’s suffrage movement, but rather serve as an introduction to some of the strong women who tirelessly worked to make sure African American women were granted the right to vote.
Article ItemKatherine Allen honored with emerita status , article
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1989, Allen has advanced critical areas of research, assessment, and theory through her scholarship on family diversity, family gerontology, feminist family studies, and LGBTQ families.
Article ItemHelping a new generation of students experience international perspectives , article
After earning her bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech, Kay Moody Winzenried fell in love with international travel. Her passion extends to providing support for Virginia Tech undergraduates to study at the Steger Center for International Scholarship in Riva San Vitale, Switzerland.
Article ItemVirginia Tech major fuses sports media and analytics , article
The new major is led by Bill Roth, the long-time, legendary Voice of the Hokies, who provided radio play-by-play for Virginia Tech football and men’s basketball for 27 years.
Article ItemCanceled tournament provides rare experience , article
Six Virginia Tech students were granted unprecedented access to cover all 14 games of the ACC tournament as a part of the university’s Topics in Sports Communications course and its student-led, multimedia journalism platform, 3304 Sports.
Article ItemHow do you manage traffic in space? , article
Six members of the Air Force ROTC unit were able to participate in a space-traffic exercise when Col. Eric Dorminey became a Sprint Advanced Concept Training operations center site lead with the U.S. Space Command.
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