Results for: Students
Article Item'Senior' is university's oldest graduate! , article
Henry P. Porter Jr. is far from your typical student, even pushing the limits of the term “nontraditional.”
Article ItemEffort continues to preserve Stadium Woods , article
Work continues on protecting and preserving 11.5 acres of old-growth forest on the Virginia Tech campus commonly known as Stadium Woods.
Article ItemMeteorology student lands impressive mountaintop internship , article
While many people spend their summers in the sun and sand, Tim Greene of Princeton, Massachusetts was more than happy to spend his summer in conditions of snow, ice, and winds in excess of 100 miles per hour.
Article ItemCollege's signature program trains future leaders , article
Twelve students are selected each year to participate in this two-semester course — the nation’s only intensive undergraduate program aimed at honing the leadership skills of future natural resources professionals.
Article ItemOrder 2018 wildlife calendar highlighting students' research , article
The calendars highlight the students' work around the world.
Article ItemStudent initiates quality deer management branch , article
Representing a wide range of majors, members share in their dedication to promoting sustainable, healthy deer populations and high-quality wildlife habitat.
Article ItemWater for the future , article
Competition for clean water around the world intensifies year after year as stressors on water resources call for a scientific understanding of the water cycle.
Article ItemWEI 2015 product , article
The Wood Enterprise Institute (WEI), a student-run entrepreneurial venture, is taking orders for its 2015 product — custom wall-mount bottle openers.
Article ItemGarretson shines in 'Spring Awakening' , article
Alex Garretson of Rockville, Md., a senior double majoring in wildlife science and theatre arts, starred in the School of Performing Arts’ spring production of “Spring Awakening.”
Article ItemMatt Lacey inspires Leadership Institute students to support community enrichment efforts in remote Ecuadorian community , article
Wildlife conservation major Matt Lacey turned to his fellow Leadership Institute students to support a tiny village he had visited in Ecuador.
Article ItemStudent starts grief support group , article
Connie Henshaw established a Virginia Tech student chapter of Actively Moving Forward, a national organization dedicated to offering student-led support to those suffering the loss or illness of a loved one.
Article ItemCadet Highlights Colors at Alabama Game , article
Cadets performing this honor are selected based on their performance during training.
Article ItemServing community and the arts , article
As a service-learning project, students in Professor Robert Bush’s Senior Seminar in Forest Products Marketing and Management built an outdoor “theater” for the Blacksburg New School.
Article ItemLocal landowner benefits from gift-supported undergraduate research projects , article
The Morton and Spapperi Family Foundation funded an undergraduate research opportunity in which four students worked with a local landowner.
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