During the week of March 18-22, I urge you to take time to reflect on these Principles and how they support our commitment to our living motto Ut Prosim (That I May Serve) in the spirit of community, diversity, and excellence through InclusiveVT.
Hosted by the Language and Culture Institute, the Friends of Fulbright Argentina Undergraduate Exchange Program provides a meaningful study abroad experience for participants and brings diverse perspectives into Virginia Tech's classrooms.
The event is part of the national Science Olympiad, a series of science competitions held in all 50 states designed to help youth improve their understanding in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and to work together in teams to learn new skills.
Led by director and composer Ma Jiuyue, the Beijing ensemble will blend traditional Chinese music with forward-looking arrangements during their performance at the Moss Arts Center on Saturday, Feb. 2.
Day one of the symposium will serve as an introductory to the program with an overview of explanations, conversations, and demonstrations on certain critical issues that affect our lives. Day two will be dedicated to engagement around six topics of inquiry
As Virginia Tech continues efforts to recruit a more diverse student population, a symposium to showcase Latinx scholarship and teaching is in the planning stages for March 2019. Carmen Giménez Smith, a professor in the Department of English, is using the JUMP crowdfunding platform to help raise more than funds; she is raising awareness for the needs of Latinx students.
Although Devin and Qualla Ketchum do not match the stereotypical image associated with Native Americans, they have strong ties to their respective heritages and honor that component of their identities.
The director will establish and lead Virginia Tech’s Ombuds Office, in keeping with the International Ombudsman Association’s principles of independence, neutrality and impartiality, confidentiality, and informality.
The International Archive of Women in Architecture at Virginia Tech is one of the world’s only archives dedicated to preserving the legacies of pioneering women in architecture. A new effort seeks contributions from women architects worldwide to share their work.