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    • T.S. (Roger) Chang receives 2009 Sporn Award for Excellence in Teaching Introductory Engineering Subjects 

      Owczarski, Mark (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2009-04-20)
      T.S. "Roger" Chang, an instructor in the Department of Physics in the College of Science at Virginia Tech, received the university's 2009 Sporn Award for Excellence in Teaching Introductory Engineering Subjects.
    • T.W. Bonham honored with emeritus status 

      Owczarski, Mark (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2010-06-14)
      T.W. Bonham, professor of management in the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech, has been conferred the "professor emeritus" title by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors.
    • Take Back the Night Rally and March set for March 26 

      Owczarski, Mark (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2009-03-19)
      Blacksburg's 20th annual Take Back the Night Rally and March will be held on Thursday, March 26 to bring the community together to reject violence against women and promote awareness of attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors ...
    • Take Back the Night Rally and March set for March 29 

      Lazenby, Jenna (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2007-03-15)
      Blacksburg's 18th annual Take Back the Night Rally and March will be held on Thursday, March 29 to bring the community together to reject violence against women and promote awareness of attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors ...
    • Taking Ultra-Wideband Communications To The Next Phase Is The Goal Of Virginia Tech Project 

      Crumbley, Liz (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-04-08)
      A team of Virginia Tech researchers is attempting to push ultra-wideband (UWB) technology into the next phase--where military communications can completely elude detection by nearby enemy troops and all manner of home ...
    • Tale of two musicians leads to partnership that spans polymers to bio-based materials 

      Nystrom, Lynn A. (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2008-10-10)
      In the 1970s, a tale of the friendship of two men began. Both were musicians by hobby, but their real vocations were as scientist and engineer. Their friendship and respect for each other started an educational partnership ...
    • Talented Hokies Research Brain Impacts While Battling Aggies 

      Crumbley, Liz (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-09-24)
      While they were busy overpowering the Texas A&M Aggies Sept. 18 in Lane Stadium, the Virginia Tech Hokies became the first athletes in the world to test a new brain injury monitoring system. Every year in the United States, ...
    • Talk On "Mathematics In Stone And Bronze" Part Of Math Awareness Month At Virginia Tech 

      Harris, Sally L. (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-03-27)
      Helaman and Claire Ferguson will present "Mathematics in Stone and Bronze" Thursday, April 17, at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of Donaldson Brown Hotel and Conference Center on the Virginia Tech campus.
    • Taris Mullins joins the alumni relations staff 

      Owczarski, Mark (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2006-06-07)
      Taris E. Mullins, former executive director for the Diversity Advisory Board at George Mason University, has been named coordinator of outreach and community services in the Office of Alumni Relations at Virginia Tech.
    • Tarun Sen appointed Pamplin College associate dean 

      Ho, Sookhan (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2004-03-03)
      Tarun K. Sen, of Blacksburg, Va., professor of accounting and information systems at Virginia Tech's Pamplin College of Business, has been appointed associate dean of graduate and international programs and MBA director ...
    • Tarun Sen honored with emeritus status 

      Ho, Sookhan (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2010-11-18)

      Tarun Sen, professor of accounting and information systems in the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech, has been conferred the "professor emeritus" title by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors.

    • Task Force on Race and the Institution presents final recommendations 

      Owczarski, Mark (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2007-04-12)
      Virginia Tech Provost Mark McNamee received the final recommendations from the Task Force on Race and the Institution on April 11.
    • Taskforce to examine issues on race and racism 

      Owczarski, Mark (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2006-09-13)
      In order to help Virginia Tech focus attention on issues of race without diminishing the university's broader commitment to diversity, Provost Mark McNamee has announced the creation of a special "Taskforce on Race and the ...
    • Teachers From Across The Country Flock To Virginia Tech To Learn How To Teach Civil War History 

      Cox, Clara B. (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-07-23)
      More than 100 social studies and history teachers from 25 different states will learn the ins and outs of teaching Civil War history during the Second Annual Civil War Preservation Trust Teachers' Institute, which will be ...
    • Teachers offered environmental education training through Extension 

      Burcham, Linda (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2009-06-25)
      Virginia Cooperative Extension - in collaboration with the Southwest Virginia Chapter of the Society of American Foresters and other members of the forest industry - is offering an environmental education opportunity for ...
    • Teachers share their passion for undergraduate instruction 

      Owczarski, Mark (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2007-01-11)
      Despite a commonly held notion to the contrary, teaching excellence can and does occur at a large research university.
    • Team led by Argonne National Laboratory, Virginia Tech wins Storage Challenge Competition 

      Trulove, Susan (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2007-11-27)
      A team of researchers led by Pavan Balaji of Argonne National Laboratory and Wu Feng of Virginia Tech won an international competition for the most effective approach in using large-scale storage for high-performance computing.
    • Team led by Virginia Tech associate professor solves mystery of bat with an extraordinary nose 

      Mackay, Steven D. (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2009-07-09)
      A research paper co-written by a Virginia Tech faculty member explains a 60-year mystery behind a rare bat's nose that is unusually large for its species.
    • Team wins international competition with robots designed to save lives of construction workers 

      Mackay, Steven D. (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2008-12-18)
      The Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory (RoMeLa) of the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech won the grand prize at the 2008 International Capstone Design Fair with a trio of pole-climbing serpentine robots designed to ...
    • Tearing down the fungal cell wall 

      Whyte, Barry James (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2006-12-06)
      Scientists at the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute and Duke University Medical Center have pinpointed a fungal gene that appears to play an important role in the development and virulence of Alternaria brassicicola.