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Article ItemCelebrated poet to kick off school year in virtual address , article
“The bright exchange of ideas and information that we human beings engage and participate in, also known as higher education, is one of the most precious human relationships we can build together” says renowned poet Nikky Finney.
Article Item‘Future Humans, Human Futures’ to explore humanity in the age of intelligent machines , article
The Henry Luce Foundation has awarded the Center for Humanities a $500,000 grant in support of the project, which will combine religion, ethics, and technology to tackle fundamental questions of what it means to be human in a technological age.
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 ItemFaculty Spotlight: Rose Wesche , article
Rose Wesche, who joined Virginia Tech as a new assistant professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Science in the fall of 2019, researches relationships and health in adolescence and young adulthood.
Article ItemService is music to a scholarship recipient with an international focus , article
Meredith Beavers, the 2019 recipient of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Dean’s Roundtable Scholarship, is using the scholarship to explore sustainable practices in developing countries.
Article ItemRobert and Beatrice Mahan’s French connection underlies their support of Virginia Tech programs , article
Robert Mahan, a researcher and emeritus professor of mechanical engineering, and his wife, Beatrice, a retired administrator, fell in love with the French language and culture. Now they are providing support for a French professorship in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences and an estate gift to the College of Engineering.
Article ItemData in Social Context project draws attention of Library of Congress , article
Students in an Introduction to Data in Social Context course dove into powerful images of child labor in the early 1900s, drawing the attention of the Library of Congress.
Article ItemVoters may perceive fonts in campaign communications to have liberal or conservative leanings , article
Virginia Tech researchers studied whether individuals perceive fonts to have liberal or conservative leanings. The results have implications for political campaigns.
Article ItemDani Chowen helps students reach their potential through creative technologies , article
As a student employee in the University Libraries, Chowen uses her knowledge in creative technologies to help fellow students create and innovate in the library's Media Design Studios.
Article ItemVirginia Tech major fuses sports media and analytics , article
The new major is led by Bill Roth, the long-time, legendary Voice of the Hokies, who provided radio play-by-play for Virginia Tech football and men’s basketball for 27 years.
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