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Article ItemSabrina Sturgeon adds voice to Board of Visitors as graduate student representative , article
Sabrina Sturgeon will represent graduate students on the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors during the 2020-21 academic year. She began her terms on July 1.
Article ItemGraduate students receive recognition for their work , article
Master’s and doctoral students received 2020 outstanding student awards for achievements in scholarship.
Article ItemVirginia Humanities Conference to focus on democracy, technology, and social justice , article
Sylvester Johnson, director of the Virginia Tech Center for Humanities, expects the Virginia Humanities Conference to “highlight the importance of human-centered scholarship in helping to shape a more equitable world.”
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Article ItemNational Science Foundation grant fueling philosophy professor’s database project , article
The National Science Foundation has awarded Lydia Patton with a prestigious grant, which she will use to launch an open-access research database within the discipline of the integrated history and philosophy of science.
Article ItemSchool of Education receives $1.9 million grant to help diversify STEM faculty nationally , article
The National Science Foundation grant is intended to help increase the numbers of historically underrepresented faculty in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by focusing on retention as well as recruitment.
Article Item2021 Diversity Scholars will share their projects virtually on May 7 , article
The Graduate School developed the Diversity Scholars program in 2012 to help students develop and implement projects to improve inclusion and diversity through dialogue, advocacy, and change in programs, units, and colleges across the university’s campuses.
Article ItemCOVID Companions collaboration benefits students and the community , article
Isolation is still on the rise from the COVID-19 pandemic, and Virginia Tech and organizations within the New River Valley community are offering a way to minimize feelings of loneliness among older adults. Through a collaborative effort, student and community volunteers are using technology and conversation to form bonds with the aging population.
Article ItemOnline performance of ‘Alice Underground’ juxtaposes absurdism and reality of COVID life , article
The School of Performing Arts presents “Alice Underground” in a free online premiere on May 2.
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