Virginia Tech President Tim Sands and Vice President for Strategic Affairs and Diversity Menah Pratt-Clarke discussed the university's response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
More than 40 students from around the world convened on Zoom to celebrate their graduation from the Language and Culture Institute. Most will continue as full-time undergraduates at Virginia Tech in the fall.
Amid growing concerns regarding the spread of COVID-19 infections across the world and the United States, it is important for us to pause for a moment and consider how our thoughts, our words, and our actions influence others in our community who are equally affected by this global health crisis.
Michelle Dickerson, second-year doctoral student in biomedical engineering and mechanics in Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering, understands the value of hard work, facing problems head-on, and passing that knowledge to others to improve their quality of life.
Based on extensive new research of that period, "Americans and the Holocaust" addresses important themes in American history by exploring the many factors that influenced decisions made by the U.S. government, the news media, organizations, and individuals as they responded to Nazism.
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The women you meet through the exhibit do not represent the full extent of the African American women’s suffrage movement, but rather serve as an introduction to some of the strong women who tirelessly worked to make sure African American women were granted the right to vote.