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Article ItemHealthy Moms, Healthy Infants: Maternal Influences of Brain Development , article
March 16, 5:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Article ItemClass of 2021: Human development major Carly Rettie determined to improve education through policy , article
“I entered college thinking I wanted to be an elementary-school teacher,” said the senior human development major. “I have since had experiential learning opportunities that opened my eyes to careers in education I didn’t even know existed.”
Article ItemChildren befriend robots in playful after-school research program , article
A team of Virginia Tech researchers is studying the ways that children process technical information while learning the fundamentals of robotics.
Article ItemApril Few-Demo honored with emerita status , article
April Few-Demo, professor of human development and family science in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech, has been conferred the title of professor emerita by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors.
Article ItemAdvising award winners announced , article
Academic Advising Initiatives, part of the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, recently announced the recipients of its 2023 advising awards.
Article ItemWhole Health Consortium expands traditional focus of health and well-being research and practices , article
Weaving together research, education, and practice, Virginia Tech faculty and community members are developing a consortium focused on the transformative concept of whole health.
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Article ItemSeed funding enables researchers to address environmental and societal challenges , article
Not all global problems can be solved easily, but many can be approached by starting small. For its signature seed funding program, the Institute for Society, Culture, and Environment (ISCE) has awarded up to $30,000 each to seven interdisciplinary teams through the ISCE Scholars Program.
Article ItemIn service course, students and Ukrainian refugees are English language partners , article
Twice a week and more than 5,000 miles and an ocean away, Peterson and other Virginia Tech students are hosting hour-long conversations in English with Ukrainian natives who fled the country after the Russian invasion.