January

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Equine veterinary technicians earn continuing education credit at regional symposium
Recreational sports to host Foot Locker College Hoops Tour
Images from University Libraries to be included in upcoming PBS documentary
Professor highlights failing U.S. water infrastructure in national press briefing
Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center to host big game blowout: Event to benefit Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund
Industrial design students conceive a winning workstation
Department of Music presents flutist Tabatha Easley
University names Michael K. Herndon director of university summer sessions
University creates emergency loan fund to assist students impacted by recession
Department of Music presents Bach celebration
French and Francophone Film Festival Saturdays at The Lyric
Hospitality and tourism department members receive national awards
NAACP history, preparing for flu pandemic among stories in winter Virginia Tech Research magazine
Natural resources students assisted with tree planting to honor Obama and King during National Day of Service
Engineering professor to headline briefing on water safety
Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention to launch affiliated student club and cosponsor student research symposium
Kimberly Blair named College of Architecture and Urban Studies development director
Jay Mancini named Oak Ridge Associated Universities research institute featured researcher
Graduate School dean appointed Council of Graduate Schools chair
Update: Further information on the murder at the Graduate Life Center at Donaldson Brown
Virginia Tech's engineering student magazine gives $100,000 to provide scholarships
University researchers collaborate with Virginia Department of Emergency Management to develop statewide hazard mitigation plan
Letter from President Steger to the campus community
University Chamber Music series presents the Kandinsky Trio in concert
Pamplin offers new non-credit program for non-business students
David Grant receives veterinary college's 2008 teaching award
Black History Month celebrations get underway
Suspect charged following murder at Graduate Life Center
Virginia Tech's School of Performing Arts and Cinema announces speaker series for spring 2009
Architecture program ranked as world-class with Harvard, Yale, and Columbia
Engineers have created Center of Excellence in Sustainable Water Infrastructure Management
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences names David E. Gerrard head of the Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences
Virginia Tech Year in Review
Graduate education students to teach in Washington D.C. over inauguration
VT-ENGAGE, Center for Student Engagement and Community Partnerships plan Martin Luther King Jr. Day childcare service project
Highty-Tighties to perform during inaugural celebration
Pritchard, the university's largest all-male residence hall, will go co-ed in 2009-10
Professors Jack Davis and Robert Dunay named Most Admired Educators of 2009
University's eCorridors program, Secretary of Technology announce K-12 broadband speed test
New geospatial graduate degree program designed for students in National Capital Region offered
Virginia Tech, Virginia Tech Foundation, and Montgomery County partner on new Price's Fork Elementary School project
Jan. 16 webcast to cover feed strategies to reduce air emissions for livestock operations
College of Engineering receives grant to fund expansion of university's Lab-in-a-Box program online
Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center's faculty available to present expert talks
Faculty bestowed IBM Faculty Awards
Book edited by Nikki Giovanni earns rave reviews
College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences' Mary Alice Barksdale awarded Fulbright to South Africa
Mike Duncan to receive national education award in civil engineering
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences dean moves on to Iowa State
Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center uses innovative lameness treatment
Virginia Tech Rescue Squad, Montgomery County partner on grant to fund Virginia Tech regional strategic radio cache
Researcher shows plumbing materials may taint your tap water
Lunar rock-like material may someday house moon colonies
Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets alumnus John Kilareski named Hokie Hero