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The 2020 finalists for the Giovanni-Steger Poetry Prize represent majors ranging from creative writing to biology, animal and poultry science, multimedia journalism, and civil engineering.
What began as a freedom celebration in Texas 155 years ago has spread throughout the United States. June 19 is known as Juneteenth.
Pending approval from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, the school would expand the university’s already award-winning communication programs.
From taking on leadership roles in the Student Government Association to an internship helping refugees, Sanskriti Neupane charted a path to prepare for a career in which she could help others.
Farida Jalalzai will join the leadership of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences on July 1.
Students in a Topics in the History of Data in Social Context course will collaborate with the National Library of Medicine on a virtual symposium to present their research.
Faculty members and students will research connections between the Juneteenth holiday and contemporary struggles against institutional racism, the exposure of structural inequality, and support for vulnerable populations.
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