The spread of the coronavirus throughout the world has many people feeling anxious, which is normal in this time of uncertainty, explains Dr. Robert Trestman, head of psychiatry at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine.
Virginia Tech economists Shaowen Luo and Kwok Ping ‘Byron’ Tsang have completed a study showing the cost of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, on the GDP (gross domestic product) on the Chinese and worldwide economies.
Many travelers are concerned about the impact of the coronavirus, staying safe and protecting their vacation investment. Virginia Tech travel and tourism expert Nancy McGehee is available for media interviews discussing dos and don’ts when it comes to planning summer vacations
As the spread of the coronavirus continues to grab headlines, the uncertainty of financial markets leaves investors looking for answers. Virginia Tech’s Derek Klock encourages people not to make rash decisions in the middle of a panicky market.
After two failed attempts to form a new government, Israel will hold elections next week for the third time in less than a year. The elections are also taking place in the backdrop of President Trump’s recently issued peace plan.
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.
The U.S. travel industry is already feeling the impact of the spread of coronavirus, both by the large and lucrative Chinese market, and by tourists and travelers overall who are becoming more skittish regarding travel, according to Virginia Tech expert Nancy McGehee.
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.
Join the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) to learn about roadway infrastructure and technologies that will be needed to help the D.C. metro area pave the way for the future of self-driving cars.
Media expert advisory: Virginia Tech economist Sudipta Sarangi has found that government corruption is less prevalent in countries where there is a greater number of women in political leadership roles, both at national and local levels.
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.