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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 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 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 ItemThe White House is not just another landmark for four Hokie alumni , article
When not out on assignment, Virginia Tech alumni Trent Bauserman, Andy Kinn, Adam Strickler, and Peter Velz begin their work days at one of the most recognizable addresses in the world – 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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.
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 ItemA passion for reducing barriers and serving others , article
Former University Libraries student employee and College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences alumnus Rob Bohall ’91 said his dual career in library science and web development offers him the opportunity to make a difference.
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