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Article ItemVirginia Tech mother and son both earn Ph.D.s this spring , article
Sharon Stidham and her son, James, shared an apartment and encouraged each other’s work as they pursued their degrees.
Article ItemVirginia Tech School of Education joins international partners in sharing best practices in virtual instruction , article
When alumnus Matthew Ames needed help teaching educators around the world how to transition to online learning, his Hokie colleagues stepped to the plate.
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Article ItemIndigenous scholar reflects on decolonizing the curriculum , article
Brittany Hunt, a member of the Lumbee tribe and new assistant professor of education in the Virginia Tech School of Education, reflects on Indigenous people’s place in the curriculum.
Article ItemThanks for the memories: Donors hope to inspire others to give , article
Alumni often remember the games, the excitement, and the joy of being together in Lane Stadium — and the enduring legacy of being part of Hokie Nation. That’s why a number of graduates are hosting donor challenges in support of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences on Giving Day, held from Feb. 23 at noon to Feb. 24 at noon.
Article ItemFormer Hokie Olympians share their past experiences , article
The five Olympians — Bimbo Coles, Kristi Castlin, Queen Harrison, Marcel Lomnicky, and Darrell Wesh — competed at Virginia Tech and took part in the summer Olympics, beginning with Coles in 1988.
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