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Article ItemAlumna Spotlight: Emily Gary , article
Emily Gary graduated in May 2020 with a Ph.D. in the marriage and family therapy specialization of the Department of Human Development and Family Science.
Article ItemAlumna Spotlight: Eunkyung ‘Lucy’ Shin , article
Eunkyung “Lucy” Shin, who graduated in May 2020 with a doctorate in human development, wrote her dissertation on children’s bystander and defender behaviors in bullying in the United States and South Korea.
Article ItemAlumnus Spotlight: M. Evan Thomas , article
M. Evan Thomas earned his Ph.D. in May 2020 from the Virginia Tech Department of Human Development and Family Science, where he specialized in marriage and family therapy and focused his research on Appalachian mental health, the opioid epidemic in Appalachia, and qualitative research aimed at creating a deeper understanding of Appalachian culture.
Article ItemRobert and Beatrice Mahan’s French connection underlies their support of Virginia Tech programs , article
Robert Mahan, a researcher and emeritus professor of mechanical engineering, and his wife, Beatrice, a retired administrator, fell in love with the French language and culture. Now they are providing support for a French professorship in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences and an estate gift to the College of Engineering.
Article ItemCorps of Cadets alumnus 1st Lt. Peter Unpingco named Louisville game Hokie Hero , article
Unpingco is deployed with the 202nd Military Intelligence Battalion, serving as the executive officer of its forward detachment based in Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.
Article ItemDestruction and displacement: History professor earns grant to explore effects of interstate highway system , article
Currently, no mapping systems exist to pinpoint every community affected by the displacement and environmental destruction of the interstate highway system in the United States. LaDale Winling, an associate professor of history at Virginia Tech, is determined to change that.
Article ItemRadio IQ’s Mallory Noe-Payne receives Fulbright journalist grant , article
Noe-Payne, chief of Radio IQ’s Richmond bureau, will travel to Germany for a 10-month residency to research and examine the histories of that country and the United States.
Article ItemGoing above and beyond in residential environments and design , article
As Morgan Jones and Taylor Olson were planning to graduate, they both entered kitchen and bathroom design competitions and won. As they begin their careers, their hard work at Virginia Tech has paid off.
Article ItemWashington, D.C., program helps position students as future pioneers of policy , article
With a goal of immersing students in the policymaking industry and process, the Washington Semester in Global Exchange program introduces participants to a wealth of opportunities on a national scale.
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