January

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Virginia Tech monitoring potential impacts of partial shutdown
Susan Campbell named assistant professor of animal and poultry sciences
In ‘Aroboreal,’ artists explore the power, imagery, and symbolic resonance of one of the Earth’s most critical life forms
The super wolf blood moon, 'a full 62 luxurious minutes of totality'
Daniel Austin receives conservation award for stewardship and innovation
Professor will use new machine learning techniques to decrease deaths resulting from traumatic brain injury
Jin-Hee Cho appointed associate professor in Department of Computer Science
Two Virginia Tech online graduate education programs are among the top in the country
Invasive new tick research halted because of government shutdown
Daniel Austin receives conservation award for stewardship and innovation
The Moss Arts Center presents Tony Award-winning musical ‘Cinderella’
Is Trump’s border wall really medieval? Virginia Tech historian available for interviews
Winter weather: Offices in National Capital Region are closed Monday; Delayed openings reported for offices in Roanoke, Richmond, and eastern Virginia
Has 5G arrived? Virginia Tech telecommunications expert available for interviews
High schoolers see the road from a truck driver’s point of view
U.S. travel and tourism economy takes a hard hit during the government shutdown
Siobhan Craige named assistant professor of human nutrition, foods, and exercise
Two years after its resurrection, online graduate journal going strong
Media Invite: On the Record with Virginia Tech
Medical student’s learning philosophy benefits himself, fellow students
Significant changes ahead to Virginia’s electoral landscape
New year, new goals: Virginia Tech faculty offer tips for starting, sticking to resolutions
New environmental sensing and monitoring system tested and evaluated at Virginia Tech
Garrett assumes leadership of state admissions association
Angela Anderson named assistant professor of human nutrition, foods, and exercise
Cyril Clarke named Virginia Tech executive vice president and provost
Advancing Diversity Workshop holds 16th annual meeting on Jan. 15
More than 2,700 students enrolled in largest winter session to date
Former resident physician returns to Roanoke to give Delta Dental lecture
Corps of Cadets alumnus Capt. Joseph Ryan named Military Bowl Hokie Hero
Brian Plum named associate director of development in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences