Updated every Friday. This week: A Glass Blowing Master
By students, for students. Find out what's happening around campus.
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For staff and faculty - focusing on work and life at the university. New installments at the beginning and the middle of the month. This edition: A Virginia Tech story
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A conversation with Dr. William Lewis, vice president for diversity and inclusion, explains the new campus-wide Strong Together initiative. The initiative builds on the Virginia Tech Principles of Community. Length: 5:25
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Virginia Tech History
Clara Cox, recently retired Director of Publications, completed the
History and Historical Data of Virginia Tech. She talks about this
comprehensive online resource that covers the university since its
Visit the history site
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Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech
Ruth Waalkes, executive director, discusses the Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech.Length: 3:39
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Dale Robinson, manager of the conflict resolution program, offers tips and resources for handling conflict.
Visit the conflict resolution program website
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Center for Drug Discovery
Chemistry professor David Kingston's love of science began in his youth, and now, as director of the new Center for Drug Discovery, he's still working to improve human health.
An Update on the Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech
Ruth Waalkes, executive director of the Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech, gives an update on the progress of the center.
OIRED - 2018
In the Office of International Research, Education, and Development (OIRED), all eyes are on the future. On 2018, specifically. Communications coordinator Miriam Rich asked her coworkers at OIRED to talk about how their work will impact the world six years from now.
A Plague of Pythons
John "J.D." Willson of the College of Natural Resources and Environment and his associates have linked a shocking decline in common mammal populations in the Everglades to invasive Burmese pythons. Willson talks about his research methods, findings, and questions for the future.
Solar panels on parking deck
Something's happening on top of the Perry Street Parking Deck. A project installing solar panels on the upper level is underway, and once it's complete, solar energy will help power the parking deck.
Institute for Creativity, Art, and Technology
Benjamin Knapp, director of the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, shares the motivations behind the creation of the institute, its role at the university, and his vision for its future.
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