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Article ItemMillar Piano Duo showcases two-piano repertoire , article
The Millar Piano Duo, a Canadian husband-wife team, will perform a free two-piano recital in the Squires Recital Salon on February. 6.
Article ItemStudent-driven research project results in a published book about America in the 1960s , article
What do politics, power, and Playboy magazine have in common? They were all prominent in the American mindset during the 1960s. They were also core themes in a history research seminar at Virginia Tech, “America in the 1960s.”
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 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?
Article ItemJoanie Banks-Hunt: engineer, educator, and trailblazer , article
Banks-Hunt, an instructor in the Virginia Tech Honors College who will complete her Ph.D. in education psychology with engineering education certification this fall at Virginia Tech, is one of six women featured in a new documentary series titled, “Inspire! Six Trailblazing Women Engineers Inspire the Next Generation.”
Article ItemIntroducing the flavor of community and the humanities to food studies , article
“The Food Studies program was created to forge community around food studies from a humanities and social science perspective in service to faculty, staff, students, and the public,” said Anna Zeide, director of Virginia Tech’s new Food Studies Program.
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Article ItemSchool of Education assistant professor revolutionizing the older adult wellness narrative , article
“We want to change the conversation about aging from one of decline to one of opportunity,” said Matthew Fullen, an assistant professor of counselor education. “Eschewing definitions of wellness that merely emphasize physical health is one way to change that conversation.”
Article ItemMalicious dark web activity unevenly prevalent in free nations, researchers find , article
Eric Jardine, an assistant professor of political science, sought to understand the prevalence of internet users employing the dark web for malicious purposes in nations across the globe. The findings present a variety of consequences.
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.
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