Gay in Appalachia presents “Revelations," a theatrical presentation, written and produced by folklorist Carrie Nobel Kline, focused on resiliency and headlined the 10th Annual Gay in Appalachia event. Read more...
When the Virginia Tech community gathers tomorrow to mark Veterans Day, it will stand with a group of non-traditional students, approximately 300 student veterans, who bring a unique perspective to their education.
The Innovator Award, a new initiative sponsored by the Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science and the Fralin Life Science Institute, recognizes outstanding faculty members and includes a $25,000 stipend to be used to advance innovative research projects and team-oriented science.
A world-class education consists of much more than facts and figures. It goes beyond providing a level of instruction from faculty and administration that is second to none, beyond offering forward-looking research and learning opportunities that span the globe. It actually develops in students a complete understanding of how to succeed in our modern world. Read more.