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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 Item‘The Wolves’ presents female empowerment through modern-day soccer team , article
“The Wolves,” a play by Sarah DeLappe, will be presented in the Squires Studio Salon on Feb. 18-25.
Article ItemSpeaker series to explore virtual and augmented reality in housing and real estate , article
The Department of Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management will host two expert speakers as part of a series on virtual and augmented reality in the housing industry.
Article ItemClass of 2019: Maddie McQuade sees the big picture of national security and foreign affairs , article
Maddie McQuade, a national security and foreign affairs major, discovered a passion for seeing how many small ideas form into the entirety of global politics and relationships.
Article ItemDedicated senior to graduate after four years of serving international students , article
For many international students visiting Cranwell International Center over the past four years, their first interaction would have been a friendly greeting from Savannah Nelson, a senior in criminology who has worked as an administrative and programming assistant at the center since her first week at Virginia Tech.
Article ItemClass of 2022 president Danielle Panico was inspired by kindness , article
Encouragement from an unexpected place inspired Panico to run for class office, giving her an opportunity to leave a legacy on the Virginia Tech community.
Article ItemVirginia Tech Cadet Mitchell Braun named among top Army ROTC cadets in the nation , article
Bruan, who will earn a degree in environmental science, is No. 10 on the Army’s National Order of Merit list of 6,000 graduating ROTC students.
Article ItemVirginia Tech researchers: Facebook plays vital role in reducing government corruption , article
Facebook — and its open sharing of information — is a vital and often a significant tool against government corruption in countries where press freedom is curbed or banned.
Article ItemThe coronavirus pandemic isn’t stopping Outstanding Recent Graduate Alumnus Scott Jefferies , article
The same skills and perseverance that led Scott Jefferies to be named the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences’ 2020 Outstanding Recent Graduate Alumnus of the Year Award are helping him lead the Wythe County, Virginia, school system during the pandemic.
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