“Politics, Power, and Playboy” is the latest installment in a student book series that began in 2018 with “Welcome to the Beatles.” Both books were authored and edited by Virginia Tech undergraduate history students, who worked with the staff of Virginia Tech Publishing to produce the final product.
Held on Jan. 17, the event drew members of the Virginia Tech community to discuss strategic diversity goals and share best practices. Abigail Stewart, chair of Gender and Feminist Psychology and the Sandra Schwartz Tangri Distinguished University Professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies at the University of Michigan, delivered keynote remarks.
The Office of Sustainability, Dining Services, and Housing and Residence Life partner closely to leverage the university community’s passion and curiosity for sustainability in delivering an array of waste reduction programs and educational initiatives.
During its quarterly meeting held in Blacksburg, the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors received numerous reports and presentations on key university priorities, such as the Innovation Campus, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, and Apex Center for Entrepreneurs.
Walters' presentation was based on a paper he co-authored with members of the Public Access to Data Committee at Virginia Tech. The paper describes the process and need to create guidance for Virginia Tech researchers to know when government-funded data should or could be shared and when it must remain secure.
While the Virginia Tech Police Department, Virginia Tech Emergency Management, Virginia Tech Environmental Health and Safety, and the Virginia Tech Rescue Squad already work closely on a daily basis, they came together under one organization Oct. 1.
What began around an oak table on Virginia Tech's campus became a national organization celebrating agriculture and leadership. University Libraries' Inga Haugen and her team are preserving those roots for history and research.