Our research spans a broad spectrum of quantitative, qualitative, historical, and creative scholarship. Award-winning professors also work with our undergraduates to help them pursue their own research projects.
We are changing the world through research.
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It all starts with a question.
Research takes many forms in our college. From poetry to data analytics, from cinema production to marriage and family counseling, from African history to fashion design, our strength lies in our breadth and depth. Our passionate faculty members earn substantial external funding to write, research, publish, and perform. In keeping with our motto Ut Prosim, they share their work with the world.
FACULTY RESEARCH SPOTLIGHT
Anthony Peguero is helping to lead a multi-platform campaign to combat bullying for the Cartoon Network (CN) called “Stop Bullying: Speak Up.” Peguero is the recipient of a National Institute of Justice W.E.B. DuBois Fellowship, which bestows a $100,000 award.
STUDENT RESEARCH SPOTLIGHT
Chloé Benner initiated an after-school program at Gilbert Linkous Elementary School in Blacksburg that combined Latin with mythology and art. As students learned about the 12 labors of Hercules, they illustrated the stories on a long roll of paper. This approach, Benner said, not only serves to span the kindergarten-to-grade 5 age gap but also provides an artistic outlet that can be scrolled, like a movie, to an audience.
- Adult Day Services Center
- Center for Applied Technologies in the Humanities
- Center for Family Services
- Center for Gerontology
- Center for Humanities
- Center for Instructional Technology Solutions for Industry and Education
- Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention
- Center for Race and Social Policy Research