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Article ItemVirginia Tech School of Education joins international partners in sharing best practices in virtual instruction , article
When alumnus Matthew Ames needed help teaching educators around the world how to transition to online learning, his Hokie colleagues stepped to the plate.
Article ItemHume Center and Diplomacy Lab to support future student opportunities with the U.S Department of State , article
The Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology collaborates with Virginia Tech’s Diplomacy Lab to fund mentorship and increase the amount of students able to present national security related research to U.S. State Department officials in a post-COVID-19 setting.
Article ItemHelping a new generation of students experience international perspectives , article
After earning her bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech, Kay Moody Winzenried fell in love with international travel. Her passion extends to providing support for Virginia Tech undergraduates to study at the Steger Center for International Scholarship in Riva San Vitale, Switzerland.
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 ItemHokie journalist finds news niche — and Pulitzer Prize team — in Alaska , article
James Brooks is a member of a team of reporters and editors at the Anchorage Daily News that received the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for its yearlong investigation into the criminal justice system’s failures across Alaska.
Article ItemAlumna Evelyn Blake makes a fashionable remembrance , article
Evelyn Blake, who’s about to celebrate her 100th birthday, is donating, in honor of her mentor, handmade garments to the historic costume and textile collection in the Department of Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management.
Article ItemVirginia Tech alumnus John Ross helps educators continue teaching during pandemic , article
John Ross was traveling in Iceland when he heard the news that the coronavirus pandemic was causing most learning environments to go online. As an instructional designer, he knew just how to help.
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.
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