Virginia Tech will now include gender identity and gender expression in its non-discrimination policy.
The Center for the Arts presents a musical tale that takes place in a mysterious world inhabited by a king, his three princess daughters, and courtiers. The story takes audiences of all ages on a journey through the fantastical underworld kingdom of the Frog Prince and his chorus of rats, bats, and frogs.
Amy Pruden will use the award grant "to help the water industry achieve an innovative and practical approach to achieving water sustainability while also addressing consumers' concerns about the real and growing problem of antibiotic resistance."
The day-long workshop to be held Saturday, Nov. 8 in Warrenton, Virginia, will cover the agroforestry practices of silvopasture and riparian buffers.
Linda Wallace has published 20 papers and her research as been presented at several national and international conferences. She has been a reviewer for many of the leading journals in information systems and an associate editor for Information Systems Journal since 2009.
Michael D. Kelly's research interests include school law, principal internships, and school resource officer relations. He will teach courses on school law, school finance, and curriculum supervision.
In the classroom, Carl Prather taught a variety of mathematics classes with an enthusiasm for mathematics and with a theatrical flair that were widely recognized and appreciated by his students.
Cadets Robert Skinker and Joseph Holman were selected by the cadet chain-of-command to represent the Corps of Cadets and the university at the away football game versus the University of North Carolina.
The many personal and collaborative achievements listed illustrate commitment to scholarship, outreach, and research among members of the university community, placing Virginia Tech among the top research universities in the world.
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Michael Sorice, assistant professor in the College of Natural Resources and Environment, protects imperiled ecosystems.
Glen Acord, instrumentation and electrical supervisor for Facilities Services, is credited with the implementation of two systems expected to save the university $340,000 annually.