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Article ItemNutshell Games to feature chemistry demonstration by Miss Virginia 2019 , article
Thirty Virginia Tech graduate students will each have 90 seconds to present their research at this friendly science communication competition.
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Article ItemComSciCon returns to Virginia Tech , article
In late February, graduate students and communicators came together to strengthen their science communication abilities at the second annual ComSciCon–Virginia Tech.
Article ItemThe show must go on: The Center for Communicating Science announces virtual format for annual Nutshell Games , article
Instead of presenting in front of a Moss Arts Center audience, this year’s Nutshell Games competition will be moving to a first-ever virtual format. You can watch 29 graduate student researchers present their research on Saturday, Nov. 7. Did we mention that they have only 90 seconds to present?
Article ItemRe-imagining education, from COVID and beyond , article
The Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology continues providing the resources needed to connect people across distance and optimize learning experiences, supporting work that is bridging COVID-created educational gaps for K-12 students.
Article ItemSchool of Performing Arts begins fall theater season with ‘The Cretans’ , article
The world premiere of the audio production of “The Cretans” will stream online Oct. 2, 9, and 16.
Article ItemAre they smiling or frowning behind that face mask? COVID-19 communication is tricky , article
With only the eyes and forehead showing from behind a face covering, pay close attention to body language, eyes, and tone when communicating with others, say Virginia Tech experts.
Article ItemReiss Gidner named 2020 Outstanding Senior for the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences , article
Although animal and poultry sciences and theatre may seem like worlds apart, this enterprising senior has blended her skillsets to help other students in scientific disciplines be better communicators.
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