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Virginia Tech’s School of Education is dedicated to enriching the lives of pre-kindergartner through college learners, their families, and their communities through inquiry, leadership, and advocacy in a diverse world. The school’s mission aligns within Virginia Tech’s motto, Ut Prosim” (That I May Serve), with the school’s faculty members fulfilling the mission through the preparation of educational professionals, applied research, and high-impact outreach. The school promotes rigorous inquiry in all aspects of its teaching, research, and outreach, provides the leadership necessary to advance all educational systems, and engages in advocacy that ensures equity and accessibility to quality learning experiences for all members of a diverse and global community.


Angela Scarpa and Jen Pollard Scott
Angela Scarpa (left) and Jen Pollard Scott, both part of the Virginia Tech Center for Autism Research, will present at the fourth annual Northern Virginia Autism Research Symposium.

Center for Autism Research Held Symposium in Northern Virginia

The Virginia Tech Center for Autism Research recently hosted its fourth annual Northern Virginia Autism Research Symposium in Falls Church, Virginia.

Each year the symposium brings together scientists, professionals, educators, students, and health care providers in the field of autism, and individuals with autism and/or their family members for a day of presentations and discussion. View more School of Education stories.