Deramo, assistant provost for diversity education, talks about her daily duties to teach and train people and how they fall right in line with planning events that have a takeaway, such as the annual Diversity Summit.=https://video.vt.edu/media/Michele+Deramo+plans+events+on+top+of+day-to-day+responsibilities+for+the+Office+for+Inclusion+and+Diversity/1_8lifci74
A proud Hokie and a nationally renowned pioneer for advancing efforts in diversity and inclusion in engineering education, Bev Watford is excited about her new role as the Virginia Tech College of Engineering’s first associate dean of equity and engagement and the future of the enterprise she seeks to further impact.
The report from the Commission on Fraternity and Sorority Life Culture outlines findings of a year-long study and presents recommendations for improving and enhancing Virginia Tech's fraternity and sorority programs.
For senior Calvin Rizek, a diagnosis of dyslexia meant finally understanding why he was struggling to recognize, spell, and decode words – and sharing his story with lawmakers and others. It also meant learning how to find mentors and get help.
When first-year history majors enrolled in an introductory course, little did they know the end product would be a public history project documenting how African Americans perceived Independence Day through articles published in seven historic black newspapers.
Led by the Language and Culture Institute, representatives from across the university show off Virginia Tech’s internationalization efforts at the world’s largest gathering of international education professionals.
The center’s 2019-20 season is filled with a range of exceptional performances, including multiple international artists and programs. Subscriptions for the new season will be available at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 29.
The 10 ceremonies include a spectrum of underrepresented populations on campus, as well as graduates within the recovery community and military veterans. Students are encouraged to attend ceremonies for the multiple communities with which they identify.
Hurley has worked as an environmental professional at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in Washington, D.C., for the past 28 years. She currently is a project manager responsible for environmental remediation and waste management policy and programs at multiple sites across the DOE.