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Article ItemTalent Search maps out a path to college for hundreds of first-generation students , article
Virginia Tech's TRIO Programs has been awarded a $1.88 million, five-year extension from the U.S. Department of Education to continue helping first-generation and economically disadvantaged students in Southwest Virginia graduate from high school and pursue higher education.
Article ItemNew Catawba Sustainability Center trail provides access to Appalachian Trail, McAfee Knob , article
The 2.9-mile Catawba Greenway winds its way through the 377-acre Roanoke County farm, showcasing Virginia Tech research in sustainable farming, before connecting to the Appalachian Trail. The trailhead’s new parking lot will help ease the burden on Route 311 for one of region’s most popular hikes.
Article ItemQuina Weber-Shirk to lead Regional Internship Collaborative , article
The new initiative from the Center for Economic and Community Engagement aims to connect students and young professionals to work-based learning opportunities in the region.
Article ItemPartnership brings EMBA ingenuity to NASA technology , article
Born out of a continued partnership with the Tech Center Research Park in Newport News, Virginia, the integration of entrepreneurial education and NASA technology into Virginia Tech’s Executive MBA Program is a match made in – to paraphrase – the heavens.
Article ItemSchool administrators go back to class at School Leaders Institute , article
Since 2005, about 70 percent of Virginia’s public school divisions have sent administrators to the institute’s two Roanoke programs to learn from veteran educators.
Article ItemNew P. Buckley Moss paintings celebrate Reynolds Homestead , article
Limited-edition, hand-signed prints by the renowned artist are available. Half the proceeds will support the Reynolds Homestead’s arts programming in Patrick County.