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Article ItemNew Arabic major offers more than language skills , article
Virginia Tech now offers a major in this critical and in-demand language and prepares students for their roles in the global affairs, service, and education.
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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 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 ItemThe sound of plants dancing , article
Smartfarms, like traditional farms, come in all shapes and sizes. Indoor urban gardening is a blossoming arena, and Virginia Tech researchers are studying how these plants can be remotely monitored through video and aural applications for plant health.
Article ItemIs your pet a calendar pet? , article
Staff and faculty are invited to submit their photos to the Staff Association’s pet calendar, a fundraiser to support the organization’s annual scholarship for Virginia Tech students.
Article ItemDeans’ forum to place COVID-19 in fuller context , article
Two Virginia Tech deans will host a trio of virtual events aimed at illustrating how a range of fields in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities can contribute to an understanding of the coronavirus pandemic.
Article ItemVirginia Tech String Project keeps strumming through pandemic , article
Music majors and music education majors have found ways to offer learning opportunities for the next generation of musicians despite COVID-19.
Article Item‘The Artful Token’ brings the commedia dell’arte experience to a virtual environment , article
“The Artful Token,” a free live online theatre event in the commedia dell'arte style, will be presented Nov. 6-8 and 13-15.
Article ItemNew center for philosophy, politics, and economics named for Virginia Tech alumnus , article
Three key disciplines intersect in the Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, an initiative that integrates research, teaching, and outreach to allow faculty and students to collaborate in developing comprehensive solutions to complex problems.
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?
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