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Article ItemEvan Hughes honored with 2021 Jim Nantz Award , article
Hughes, a 2021 graduate of the School of Communication, won the Jim Nantz Award on May 28. The award recognizes the most outstanding collegiate sports broadcaster in the country.
Article ItemLocal news surging with burst of young talent from the School of Communication , article
Television stations across Virginia are hiring recent graduates from the School of Communication’s multimedia journalism program. These young professionals bring a much-needed energy and enthusiasm to the local news industry.
Article ItemSchool of Communication alumnus seeks a more inclusive esports industry , article
Joe Jacko, a 2019 communication studies graduate, uses his undergraduate research to create a more diverse and inclusive space in the esports industry as the League of Legends head coach at the University of Southern California.
Article ItemNew academy to braid disciplines together to tackle complex problems , article
Many of the most daunting issues facing humanity today demand solutions that draw on a range of technical, social, and cultural domains. The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences has launched an Academy of Transdisciplinary Studies to help catalyze Virginia Tech’s response to such challenges.
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Article ItemCarlos Evia named associate dean for transdisciplinary initiatives , article
Evia, a professor in the School of Communication, has also been named the college’s chief technology officer.
Article ItemTouchdown in New England: School of Communication alumna lands job with Patriots , article
Tamara Brown, a 2015 multimedia journalism graduate, is making her mark as the new team reporter and producer for the New England Patriots. Her example is paving the way for other women in the School of Communication to seek careers in sports.
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 ItemFirst-generation student perseveres, gains research administration experience through internship , article
Dana Carhart, a fourth-year student majoring in communication science and social inquiry in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, is the inaugural first-generation intern in the Division of Scholarly Integrity and Research Compliance's first-generation undergraduate research internship program.
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