During the live committee hearing on March 3, Belmonte — a noted political historian and dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences — pointed out that the present imbalance between the executive and legislative branches is the result of a decades-long shift rather than a recent turn of events.
One Virginia Tech professor will be 19 years old on Saturday - in leap years.
And why exactly does Feb. 29 happen every four years? Joe Wolf, an instructor of medieval history at Virginia Tech, has some answers.
Laura Belmonte, noted historian and dean of the Virginia Tech College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, will testify next week at a Congressional committee hearing in Washington D.C., examining ways to reassert Congress’ constitutional authority.
Heading into the South Carolina primary and Super Tuesday, Democratic presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden are well positioned to capitalize on the more diverse voting populations in those states, says a Virginia Tech expert.
Political scientist Brandy Faulkner senses a level of enthusiasm among African American voters, not apparent in primaries four years ago.
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.
In the first stages of a romantic relationship, the brain reacts to your partner as if they’re a drug, says Rose Wesche, an assistant professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Science.
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1995, Teulon made significant contributions to French studies through his work in 18th century French literature. He also established his department’s study abroad program in Paris.