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Article ItemStudents attend Pack Expo , article
A dozen packaging students traveled to Las Vegas for the 2015 Pack Expo.
Article ItemNew classroom building is state-of-the-art , article
Sarah Karpanty’s Principles of Fisheries and Wildlife Management and Conservation course meets in Virginia Tech’s new classroom building, a state-of-the-art facility that includes 15 classrooms and four labs designed for interdisciplinary use by students and faculty across the university.
Article ItemSheng-I Yang earns Taiwanese government scholarship , article
Graduate student Sheng-I Yang of Kaohsiung, Taiwan, earned a scholarship from the Taiwanese government to help offset the costs of studying in the U.S.
Article ItemWomen's conference was a rousing success! , article
The college welcomed nearly 200 students, alumni, faculty, staff, working professionals, and invited guests to the Inn at Virginia Tech for the Women in Natural Resources: Leading, Mentoring, and Connecting conference.
Article ItemResearch calls for enhancing long-term benefits of Farm Bill programs , article
Many landowners rely on conservation incentive programs to make improvements that also benefit the environment and society as a whole.
Article ItemStudy on New River trotlines reveals changing traditions in fishing , article
While the popularity of fishing for smallmouth bass is on the rise in Virginia’s New River, the decades-old practice of fishing for catfish using trotlines is fading, according to a recent study.
Article ItemGraduate student's research reveals new, troubling threats to Madagascar's wildlife , article
Habitat degradation and deforestation, recognized as principal threats to wildlife globally, have especially destructive implications on the island nation of Madagascar — four out of five of its plant and animal species are found nowhere else in the world.
Article ItemGraduate student developing Stadium Woods stewardship plan , article
Old-growth forests such as Virginia Tech’s 11.5-acre Stadium Woods are extremely rare, says master’s student Rodney Walters, who is developing a stewardship plan.
Article ItemRestoring Ireland's native woodlands , article
Students plant native holly in Ireland’s Connemara National Park as part of a reforestation project to reestablish native woodlands.
Article ItemTree rings give new details to an old story , article
A team of graduate students uncovered new details of Virginia’s rich history through dendrochronology, or tree-ring dating.
Article ItemStudents selected as undergraduate research ambassadors , article
Alexandra Flevarakis and Ryan Mowrey from the college have been selected in a competitive search as ambassadors for Virginia Tech's Office of Undergraduate Research for the 2016-17 academic year.
Article ItemElizabeth Tsang places in public speaking contest , article
Wildlife conservation major Elizabeth Tsang placed third in the impromptu speaking contest at the Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences regional cluster meeting in Atlanta.
Article ItemMussels released into Tennessee's Powell River , article
The Powell River, located in northeastern Tennessee, became home to 750 new mussels last fall thanks to a restoration effort funded by the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Article ItemPackaging students paddle to first place , article
Thirteen packaging students traveled to the 30th annual Packaging Jamboree, held this year at Clemson University.
Article ItemNelson captures writing award , article
Freshman wildlife conservation major Christina Nelson won first place in the annual VOWA (Virginia Outdoor Writers Association)/Dominion Collegiate Undergraduate Writing Contest.
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