March

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Veterinary college researcher studying brain tumors in people and animals
Extension helps strawberry growers fight aggressive plant disease
Conference report provides little new funding for higher education
Engineering, education, and public affairs programs earn high marks in U.S. News and World Report survey
Career services releases annual post-graduation report
Veterinary medicine students to present community dog wash
Author David Callahan to speak on campus
Mercury's shifting, rolling past
Political scientist to speak on justice in BB&T Distinguished Lecture
Veterinary college's Hodgson helps equine health around the world
Department of Music's University Chamber Music Series presents Chamber Music for Aficionados
Smart brake light system would provide more information to drivers
Scarpaci nominated for 2008 scholar award
New study explores link between sports success and student applications
Virginia Tech Board of Visitors to meet March 30-31
ABC News correspondent Pierre Thomas to give keynote address at 2008 National Capital Region commencement ceremony May 11
University to conduct test of VT Alerts Tuesday, March 25
NBC News anchor/correspondent and Virginia Tech alumna Hoda Kotb to deliver 2008 University Commencement address
Mayer studies Boise's growing high-tech economy and offers recommendations to policymakers
April 16 photo exhibition focuses on community support
Packaging program to receive $50,000 cutting table
Veterinary college to present Annual Open House
Mark McCann, Extension director, joins National 4-H Council Board of Trustees
Virginia Tech celebrates Jewish Awareness Month
Nanoscience will change the way we think about the world
Virginia Farm Bureau honors veterinary medicine's Dean Schurig
Laboratory conducts training for Defense Threat Reduction Agency
Students, faculty, and staff devote a day of giving back to the community
College of Architecture and Urban Studies faculty of doctoral programs ranked fifth most productive in nation
Town hall meeting covers progress on university initiatives following April 16 tragedy
Veterinary college's Meng awarded nearly $3 million in grants to study hepatitis E virus
Jesus M. de la Garza appointed to National Research Council board
Physicist to discuss science, media, and the paranormal universe
Ensuring security for cognitive radio networks is the goal of CAREER research
President Steger to discuss status of April 16 recommendations
Undergraduate researchers to present at third annual Meeting of the Minds conference
Hal Irvin named associate vice president for human resources
Virginia Tech to test siren system Tuesday morning as part of statewide tornado drill
Physicists and engineers search for new dimension
World Water Day calls attention to water scarcity and ways to conserve fresh water
Extension targets vanishing honeybees that continue to trouble Virginia's bee industry
Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center to host Hokie Volunteer Day
Engineering students to host talk on the future of space exploration
Latin American Theatre Today conference and festival to be held at Virginia Tech
Scientists simulate pandemic influenza outbreak in Chicago
Virginia Tech Stream Team contributes to national study
Myers-Lawson School of Construction partners with Lanford Brothers on an environmentally friendly construction project
Fifth Annual Autism Spectrum Disorder Conference for educators, parents, and therapists
Donald G. Baird received Michigan State University life achievement award
Geoscientist in College of Science awarded international medal
Center for Gerontology champions quality of life for older adults
Wood science department enters partnership to create seamless pathway for learning
Virginia Tech receives Petty Enterprises donation for motor sports research
Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center offers treatments for upper respiratory disease
Virginia Press Association honors Hokie Nation with 2008 Virginian of the Year Award
School of the Arts seeks arts organizations and artists for participation in ArtsFusion 2008
Virginians invited to explore local community food systems at March 27 conference
Japanese traditional drumming to be performed by North Carolina drum group
Virginia Tech to host Musica Viva's concert series A Romantic Affair: Music of Schumann and Brahms
Balancing computing power and storage demands is the goal of Virginia Tech CAREER project
Two Virginia Tech electrical engineers named among the greatest in science, engineering, and technology in the world
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute and Mayo Clinic investigate link between fungal proteins, innate immunity, and asthma