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Article ItemUniting expertise with empathy to help students thrive in college , article
In both her research and her teaching, Sheila Carter-Tod aims to make writing more equitable and help equip students to thrive in college and beyond.
Article ItemNew English chair emphasizes power of reading, writing to promote positive growth , article
Rebecca Weaver-Hightower said her passion for higher education has only grown since her childhood spent as a “professor’s kid.”
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 ItemThomas Gardner earns Alumni Distinguished Professor renewal in 38th year at Virginia Tech , article
“I have experienced numerous moments of pride as an educator, including over these past 10 years,” said Gardner. “But honestly, I’m most proud of the students who learned new ways to think in my class and have gone on to apply those ways of thinking far beyond anything I would have ever dreamed possible.”
Article ItemSchool of Performing Arts begins fall theater season with ‘The Cretans’ , article
The world premiere of the audio production of “The Cretans” will stream online Oct. 2, 9, and 16.
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 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 ItemBuilding upon common ground, with humanity at the core , article
For years, researchers throughout Virginia Tech have studied issues centered on forced relocation. Now a new College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences center will bring together faculty, students, and community groups to forge a greater understanding of displacement and its impact.
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Article ItemPeter Graham honored with emeritus status , article
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1978, Graham has made significant contributions to the fields of British literature, literature and science, and literature and medicine.
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