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Article ItemJemele Hill, Tommie Smith speak on civil rights and social justice , article
Hill, a broadcast journalist, and Smith, a gold-medal Olympian, were the keynote speakers on Jan. 31 as part of Virginia Tech’s 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.
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 Arabic major offers more than language skills , article
Virginia Tech now offers a major in this critical and in-demand language and prepares students for their roles in the global affairs, service, and education.
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Article ItemConfederate symbols to be explored in college’s latest virtual teach-in on social justice , article
The Virginia Tech Department of History will host a virtual teach-in, “Confederate Commemoration in Academic Settings: A Webinar on Memory and Race,” on August 12 at noon.
Article ItemVirginia Tech professor earns career honor from American Sociological Association , article
David Brunsma joins some of the top scholars in sociology of race and ethnicity as a Founder’s Award recipient.
Article ItemFight for women’s right to vote represents perseverance, commitment , article
One hundred years ago, women gained the right to vote after a struggle lasting more than 70 years. Marian Mollin, associate professor of history, dives deeper into the meaning of the 19th Amendment.
Article Item‘Future Humans, Human Futures’ to explore humanity in the age of intelligent machines , article
The Henry Luce Foundation has awarded the Center for Humanities a $500,000 grant in support of the project, which will combine religion, ethics, and technology to tackle fundamental questions of what it means to be human in a technological age.
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