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Article ItemLeadership Institute , article
The 2013-14 Leadership Institute student cohort winter break trip included stops in Richmond, Charlottesville, and Washington, D.C.
Article ItemNonnative catfish not primary driver of American shad declines in James River , article
Although nonnative catfish do prey on shad and other native species, predation is not solely responsible for declines in these fish populations.
Article ItemA new student council for the college , article
The fall 2015 semester brought a new academic year, and, for the college, a new student council, formed by a group in last year’s Leadership Institute.
Article ItemInternship with multicultural program shapes student's career plan , article
Carolyn Copenheaver partnered with Keita Shumaker to provide a worthy student with a unique opportunity.
Article ItemA WEI first! , article
The Wood Enterprise Institute earned a record profit for its 2014 product, a maple and cherry laser-engraved cutting board.
Article ItemCadet highlights colors at Miami game , article
In a continuing partnership between the Virginia Tech football team and the Corps of Cadets, players and cadets are selected to highlight the colors — the American flag, the state flag, and the team’s spirit flag — during the pre-game ceremonies at each game.
Article ItemPanamanian course introduces students to global issues , article
Over winter break, Associate Professor John McGee led 13 students on a first-ever 12-day study abroad trip through Panama, where they learned about indigenous cultures, conservation issues, the impact of climate change, and more.
Article ItemMitcham inducted into Keystone Fellows , article
Maddie Mitcham of Virginia Beach, a sophomore double majoring in geography and international studies, has been inducted into the inaugural cohort of Keystone Fellows.
Article ItemCounting African predators to help save them , article
Fish and wildlife conservation graduate student Lindsey Rich is working with the Botswana Predator Conservation Trust to determine the status of 13 different carnivores for her doctoral research.
Article ItemStudent's discovery saves campus trees , article
Michael Webb made a discovery last spring that helped Virginia Tech’s building maintenance and grounds unit take action and save as many as 30 threatened trees.
Article ItemAspiring wildlife filmmaker wraps up as co-host of children's tv program , article
Clark DeHart of Blacksburg, Va., who graduated in December 2013 with a degree in wildlife science, is not only following his dream career in wildlife conservation filmmaking, he has also received two Telly Awards while a part of the multiple award winning children’s TV series “Aqua Kids.”
Article ItemGreen building class benefits high schools, Habitat for Humanity , article
This school year, high school students at the Giles County Technology Center worked to create a house for Habitat for Humanity in their shop.
Article ItemAlumni representation high among employers seeking top-notch candidates at career fair , article
The college’s annual career fair attracts students and employers eager to connect and align professional skills with opportunities.
Article ItemForestry Club provides firewood to new dining hall , article
The Forestry Club has been selling firewood locally for many years to raise funds for timber sports activities.
Article ItemResearchers look to expand market for cross-laminated timber , article
Associate Professor Daniel Hindman has researched high-performance wood composites for the better part of a decade. Four years ago, he seized the chance to help develop a material made from North American lumber that would be strong enough to replace concrete.
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