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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 ItemCorps of Cadets alumnus 1st Lt. Peter Unpingco named Louisville game Hokie Hero , article
Unpingco is deployed with the 202nd Military Intelligence Battalion, serving as the executive officer of its forward detachment based in Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.
Article ItemMalicious dark web activity unevenly prevalent in free nations, researchers find , article
Eric Jardine, an assistant professor of political science, sought to understand the prevalence of internet users employing the dark web for malicious purposes in nations across the globe. The findings present a variety of consequences.
Article ItemNew center for philosophy, politics, and economics named for Virginia Tech alumnus , article
Three key disciplines intersect in the Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, an initiative that integrates research, teaching, and outreach to allow faculty and students to collaborate in developing comprehensive solutions to complex problems.
Article ItemRadio IQ’s Mallory Noe-Payne receives Fulbright journalist grant , article
Noe-Payne, chief of Radio IQ’s Richmond bureau, will travel to Germany for a 10-month residency to research and examine the histories of that country and the United States.
Article ItemWashington, D.C., program helps position students as future pioneers of policy , article
With a goal of immersing students in the policymaking industry and process, the Washington Semester in Global Exchange program introduces participants to a wealth of opportunities on a national scale.
Article ItemVeterans Day vigil offers cadets, campus time to reflect at Virginia Tech , article
“While you stand unmoving on the Pylons without the usual daily distractions of your cell phone, friends, and homework, you are given an excellent chance to reflect on what it means to be an American and what it means to be free,” says Cadet Grace Hall, a senior in Air Force ROTC majoring in aerospace engineering.
Article ItemEuropean Commission awards Virginia Tech a Jean Monnet Center of Excellence , article
“The center will provide greater visibility to the university and its outstanding programs at the national and international levels,” said Yannis Stivachtis, a professor in the Department of Political Science. “It will also add to Virginia Tech’s status as a global research and land-grant university.”
Article ItemVirginia Tech online master’s in political science program earns national recognition , article
The program earned its high ranking based on data available for tuition and the mid-career salaries of alumni, according to the Guide to Online Schools.
Article ItemHume Center and Diplomacy Lab to support future student opportunities with the U.S Department of State , article
The Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology collaborates with Virginia Tech’s Diplomacy Lab to fund mentorship and increase the amount of students able to present national security related research to U.S. State Department officials in a post-COVID-19 setting.
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