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Article Item‘The Land Speaks’ exhibit transformed into virtual experience , article
The main goal of the exhibit is to spread the story of the Monacan Indian Nation. This federally recognized tribe includes more than 2,300 members and has a continuous, thousand-year-old history and presence in the area that is now Amherst County in central Virginia.
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Article ItemDevon Lee joins the Edward A. Bouchet Graduate Honor Society , article
Lee, who earned his doctoral degree in the Department of Sociology, studies the nuances of Pan-Africanism through the lens of critical race theory.
Article ItemFeminist activism goes online to support home for abandoned children , article
A sociology class in feminist activism took its fundraiser online to support Aarti for Girls in Kadapa, India.
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 ItemExemplary Department or Program Awards recognize inclusive excellence in teaching and learning , article
Annual awards recognize departmental and program effectiveness in engaging students in collaborative environments to provide exceptional learning opportunities.
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