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Article ItemComputer science professor’s photo sleuth software helps investigate 150-year mystery of John Wilkes Booth , article
With its 30,000-strong photo database, the Civil War Photo Sleuth, led by computer science professor Kurt Luther, was recently tapped by the History Channel to provide timely evidence to a 150-year mystery about John Wilkes Booth.
Article ItemClass of 2020: Grace Baggett finds her bearings in words , article
From the illustrated stories she typed out on old-school technology as a child to her time spent in the publishing realms of Virginia Tech, the English major knows her passion for words, whether her own or those of others, will help her after she graduates.
Article ItemPolitical science professor Laura Zanotti makes a quantum leap in the study of international relations , article
“The universe manifests and unfolds in a way that is interactive,” said Laura Zanotti, who focuses her work on international peacekeeping. “We are entangled with one another, with the places where we were born and where we live, with everything around us.”
Article ItemArts-related experiences change the way students see the world , article
The Moss Arts Center has connected thousands of Virginia Tech students with professional artists, giving them access to creative experiential learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom.
Article ItemPandemic doesn’t slow sorority’s service , article
Chi Delta Alpha has found creative ways to maintain their long-standing service relationships with organizations like Special Olympics Virginia and Warm Hearth Village, while also forging new partnerships with groups such as the New River Valley chapter of Project Linus, which makes blankets for hospital-bound children.
Article ItemEileen Crist honored with emerita status , article
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1997, Crist has focused her scholarship on environmental theory, with a specialty in the life sciences and society.
Article ItemDan Cleveland named assistant vice president for advancement - colleges and units , article
In this new position, Cleveland will oversee the chief advancement officers of 12 colleges and programs.
Article ItemDiversity seed investments cement new partnerships , article
A program that helps Virginia Tech faculty jumpstart new collaborations with colleagues at historically black colleges and universities is reaching more departments and continuing to attract external funding.
Article ItemSchool of Education’s Laura Welfare one of 13 to earn American Counseling Association’s highest honor , article
“I love being a part of this community of outstanding scholar educators who care deeply about our students and our impact beyond the university,” said Laura Welfare. “My colleagues and my students bring out the best in me and remind me daily why our research, teaching, and service must continue.”
Article ItemNew academy to braid disciplines together to tackle complex problems , article
Many of the most daunting issues facing humanity today demand solutions that draw on a range of technical, social, and cultural domains. The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences has launched an Academy of Transdisciplinary Studies to help catalyze Virginia Tech’s response to such challenges.
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