January

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Second Annual Black History Month Gospel Concert to feature Fred Hammond and special guests Zie'l
Department of Music presents the world premier of a James Miley jazz composition in upcoming recital program
Steering committee to guide university's remembrance activities on April 16, 2008
In memoriam: Nicole Michelle Lee
School of the Arts theatre production, Abingdon Square, opens Feb. 15
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute researcher studies how In silico modeling helps predict severity of mitochondrial disease
Office of Academic Assessment provides workshops on the program assessment process
America's energy future topic of speaker series
Hay Relief Program helps ensure the vitality of Southwest Virginia's livestock industry
Piano and composition profoessor receives his 10th American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers award
Human development professor wins top national award
Betsy Hale Bannan exhibition at Armory Gallery Jan. 30 through Feb. 29
Biologists use computers to study bacterial cell division
College of Engineering to host open house for prospective students
News and notes on Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine students, faculty, and staff
Free French and Francophone film festival Saturdays at The Lyric
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute researcher investigates impact of nutrition on human health
Scientists to study high-risk plant pathogen using small, unmanned aircraft
Kandinsky Trio and world-renowned violist Roger Chase featured artists on University Chamber Music series
Virginia Tech faculty recital Savour of Ice and Roses
Civil engineer explains how one insures all right of way issues are found before construction commences
Common Book selection announced; integral component to the first-year experience
Woodland options for landowners course offered on-line
Michael Coleman named associate vice president for facilities
Nominations open for alumni awards for outreach excellence, individual achievement, and team achievement
Lameness surgeon joins equine medical center faculty
Industrial design student makes a case for computing on the move
University Community commits over 150,000 service hours; other schools join effort
College of Engineering to offer nuclear engineering course work
Producers to learn key risk management strategies at 2008 Agricultural Outlook Seminars, Jan. 22-Feb. 1
Rep. Robert Goodlatte to speak at Agricultural Outlook Seminar in Weyers Cave, Jan. 31
Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties Inc. adds two associates
Virginia Tech graduate students assist with community service project enhancement
Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Jan. 14-25
Martin Luther King Jr. Week of Service highlights opportunities for VT-ENGAGE
University to close for Martin Luther King Day Jan. 21; classes cancelled April 16, 2008
Virginia Tech hosts 'Distant Echoes: Black Farmers in America' Jan. 14-Feb. 23; photographer John Francis Ficara to lecture Jan. 22
Black History Month celebration is underway
Veterinary college communications director, alumna, named to Association for American Veterinary Medical Colleges strategic planning group
Virginia Tech's Giovanni honored with Sandburg Literary Award
Maya Angelou to speak during Virginia Tech's third annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration
Elvinger receives Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service's Animal Health Award
Three professors publish on recruiting women to information technology
Two College of Architecture and Urban Studies faculty members named most admired educators of 2008
Executive vice president Jim Hyatt retires; university to realign several positions
Assessing efficiency of road contracts can lead to less risk, more innovation says civil engineer
Virginia Tech researchers headline ICTAS Spring Seminar Series
Virginia Tech Transportation Fellow issues white paper on abusive driver fees
Forestry graduate student wins William Preston Society Gold Watch Award
Paleontologists say two explosive evolutionary events shaped early history of multicellular life
Eric Williams named director of multicultural academic opportunities program
Natural Resources undergraduate awarded research grant to study pre-European forests
Engineering Science and Mechanics students' research could give the Beach Boys a new surfing song
Research yields promising results in computational quantum chemical methods for drug development
College of Natural Resources offers short course for forest landowners east of Richmond
Business magazine names Virginia Tech among the best values in public schools