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Article ItemVirginia Tech taking a global approach to curriculum-building , article
Faculty members from a range of disciplines are preparing students to meet the world’s challenges by integrating lessons on international perspectives into their courses.
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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 ItemStudents learn skills to become better scientific storytellers , article
A virtual workshop for graduate students preparing to take part in the Women and Gender in Development Conference helps them to more effectively communicate with people outside of their fields.
Article ItemExhibit showcases student work in bringing digital literacy to rural Nepal , article
Inside this exhibit, visitors will discover the steps technical writing students took to enhance digital literacy in Nepal in collaboration with international grassroots-level organization, Code for Nepal. It reveals the work they produced including their reflections on international service learning during a pandemic.
Article ItemMultimedia play ‘Cartography’ embraces the inspiring and universal stories of young migrants , article
The Moss Arts Center presents a free stream of the production, which includes a post-show moderated discussion with the performers and creators of the work, on Thursday, April 15, at 7 p.m.
Article ItemVirginia Tech Kellogg Center launches first global undergraduate journal of its kind , article
“For undergraduates like myself, the journal is an excellent opportunity to get published early in our academic careers,” said co-editor Nik Filip. “By being published, students join a group with whom they can network and further discuss important topics. It’s an awesome responsibility to help in these efforts.”
Article ItemClass of 2021: National security and foreign affairs major prepared to serve after ‘transformational’ undergraduate experience , article
Schultz feels prepared for a career of service not only because of the skills he gained in the classroom, but also because of his extracurriculars. “Being involved across the university allowed me to build relationships that have positioned me where I am today,” he said.
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