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Article ItemStudent wins Phi Beta Kappa award for undergraduate writing , article
The committee selected xRichardson’s “Reduction to the Black Body: Brutality in The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass” for the urgency of the essay’s argument, the clarity of its voice, and, notably, the innovation of its form.
Article ItemFear or revere: Virginia Tech researcher dives into the complex history of the American alligator , article
“When we peer into the eyes of an alligator, what we see reflected back is as much a product of our own preconceptions and fears as the unvarnished reality of the creature that stands before us,” said Mark Barrow, a professor in the Department of History.
Article ItemIdentifying, opposing racism in education at center of work by two faculty members , article
Chase Catalano, an assistant professor of higher education, and Rachelle Kuehl, a research scientist in rural education, recently received awards from the Spencer Foundation, a leading funder of education research.
Article ItemIndigenous scholar reflects on decolonizing the curriculum , article
Brittany Hunt, a member of the Lumbee tribe and new assistant professor of education in the Virginia Tech School of Education, reflects on Indigenous people’s place in the curriculum.
Article ItemVT School of Education alumna and social justice advocate leads the way , article
Aware of the seriousness of her role as the first Latina Principal in RCPS, Russ cares deeply about empowering students, showing them what they, too, can achieve.
Article ItemVirginia Tech Humanities Week — Call for Proposals , article
Call for Proposals Deadline: November 5, 2021 Virginia Tech Humanities Week: February 5 to 11, 2022
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Article ItemWriting retreat teaches faculty how to get writing done , article
For many Virginia Tech faculty members, academic writing gets pushed to the bottom of a long to-do list. A three-day retreat sponsored by the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost gave participants time to write — and strategies for creating a habit of it.
Article ItemNew advertising major aims to attract students with agency ambitions , article
The advertising major in the School of Communication fills a critical gap that was missing in the university’s curriculum. Launched in the fall of 2021, the major integrates communication courses with classes in marketing and graphic design.
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