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Article ItemUniting expertise with empathy to help students thrive in college , article
In both her research and her teaching, Sheila Carter-Tod aims to make writing more equitable and help equip students to thrive in college and beyond.
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 ItemBlack Matters: A Teach-In on Language, Literature, Rhetoric, Writing, and Verbal Art , article
This free webinar explored the interdisciplinary ways that creative writing, literature, linguistics, and rhetoric and writing interpret and engage with the historic and contemporary issues of “Black matters.”
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Article ItemBlack Lives Matter and Social Movements , article
In “Black Lives Matter and Social Movements,” a virtual teach-in hosted by the Virginia Tech Department of History on July 2 at noon, a panel of specialists discussed the historical and social contexts of Black Lives Matter and other movements in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Article ItemLessons from another deadly pandemic courtesy of Virginia Tech researchers , article
Two Virginia Tech professors collaborate to seek a better understanding of COVID-19 through the lens of the 1918 influenza pandemic.
Article ItemVirginia Tech becomes the eighth Russian Language Flagship school in the United States , article
The Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures launched the program this fall after earning a competitive grant from The Language Flagship, part of the National Security Education Program at the U.S. Department of Defense.
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