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Article ItemIn the name of inclusion and diversity , article
During the summer of 2020, early-career faculty members in the inaugural cohort of the Juneteenth Scholars Program researched topics spanning the Americas from present day to times less recent, all in the name of inclusion and diversity.
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Article ItemAcclaimed political science professor earns legacy award from alma mater , article
“In my international studies courses, I’ve focused on vulnerable populations and especially cultural groups worldwide who are most susceptible to hurt, harm, and loss, given the wide range of maleficent forces at work throughout the world today,” said Edward Weisband, the Edward S. Diggs Endowed Chair in the Social Sciences at Virginia Tech.
Article ItemGender, Violence, and Political Activism: A Mini Course and Workshop Series , article
September 28 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.; October 6 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.; and October 14 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.
Article ItemThe view from America: Sister 2 Sister Exchange Program helps women from Pakistan broaden their horizons , article
Strangers at first, Midhat Urooj and Hamdah Munir traveled to Virginia Tech together to gain new perspectives on their future STEM careers. Through the support of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, they are gaining insights into how they can help inspire other women to traverse similar opportunities in their home country of Pakistan.
Article ItemDemystifying Nahua healing , article
Driven by his personal experience with healers and his quest to understand who decides whether a practice or a system of beliefs is good or evil — and why, historian Edward Anthony Polanco is at Chicago’s Newberry Library on a National Endowment for Humanities fellowship to complete a manuscript and start a new project on the Nahuas, an Indigenous people from Mexico and Central America.
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