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Awards and Honors
Article ItemRebelling against material and class gains through poetry , article
What started out as a creative challenge became an epic poem, which in turn became an award-winning book. Virginia Tech’s Mu of Phi Beta Kappa honors the English professor’s creative excellence.
Article ItemJames Hawdon recognized for outstanding faculty service , article
James Hawdon — professor of sociology, interim chair of the Department of Sociology, and director of the Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention — has earned membership in Virginia Tech’s Academy of Faculty Service.
Article ItemGary Downey receives Society for Social Studies of Science’s Infrastructure Award , article
Infrastructure lies at the heart of the scholarship of the Alumni Distinguished Professor of Science, Technology, and Society. An international organization recently acknowledged his contributions to creating a field that not only studies engineers but also participates critically among them.
Article ItemKatherine Allen honored with emerita status , article
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1989, Allen has advanced critical areas of research, assessment, and theory through her scholarship on family diversity, family gerontology, feminist family studies, and LGBTQ families.
Article ItemMichael Hughes recognized for discoveries in the sociology field , article
The sociology professor’s research on a range of topics — including culture, race, and mental health — has made him an ideal candidate for the Southern Sociological Society’s highest honor.
Article ItemKathleen Parrott honored with emerita status , article
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1988, Parrott was inducted into the Kitchen and Bath Industry Hall of Fame by the National Kitchen and Bath Association for her many contributions to the growth and professionalization of the kitchen and bath industry.
Article ItemMacie Snelson receives Aspire! Award for Ut Prosim , article
Macie Snelson lives out the Virginia Tech’s Ut Prosim motto locally and abroad. And her experiences serving others locally and on yearly mission trips to Costa Rica have taught her the importance of gaining new perspectives and seeing beyond one’s “bubble.”
Article ItemCuriosity and unicycles make for an award-winning graduate student , article
The School of Education graduate student does not allow the world to pass by her. Instead, she questions her experiences and is in a constant quest for knowledge. Never one to sit idle, she prefers to view the world from atop one of her unicycles.
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