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Virginia Tech Wildlife Student Studies Cheetah Home Ranges
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-10-17)
The cheetah may be the world's fastest land animal, accelerating to high speeds in just a few steps, but within recent years the cheetahs of South Africa are battling the race for survival. To find remedies for this problem ...
New Communications Manager For Forest Products At Virginia Tech
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-06-12)
The Center for Forest Products Marketing and Management has hired a new communications and marketing manager. Before coming to this position, Clare Foster designed two museum exhibits, managed an electrical engineering ...
Virginia Tech Forestry Professor Receives Distinguished Service Award
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-04-29)
The 2003 Distinguished Service Award of the Virginia Forestry Association (VFA) was recently awarded to Harry Haney, Garland Gray Professor and Extension Specialist in the College of Natural Resources at Virginia Tech.
Butterfly Garden, Science On Show, Enhances Cheatham Hall
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-10-02)
Wednesday morning Virginia Tech saw the birth of a monarch butterfly, with a dozen more ready to hatch in the next several days. The process has been unfolding for two weeks inside the front door of Cheatham Hall, home of ...
Virginia Tech Wildlife Professor Helping To Save Florida Panther
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-02-12)
With few Florida panthers now in existence, Mike Vaughan, Virginia Tech professor of wildlife and sciences in the College of Natural Resources, has been appointed to serve on the Florida Panther Scientific Review Team ...
Aquaculture renovations at Virginia Tech keep program progressive
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-12-04)
Recent renovations at Virginia Tech's Aquaculture Center bring to the College of Natural Resources new technology, lab space, and a greater capacity to provide useful information to industry.
Congress Allocates Funding for Virginia Tech's Horseshoe Crab Research Center
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-11-20)
Congress has allocated $630,000 for horseshoe crab research funding to Virginia Tech's Horseshoe Crab Research Center (HCRC) in Blacksburg. Jim Berkson, who is an assistant professor of fisheries and wildlife science, leads ...
Glasser Appointed Visiting Scientist At Weyerhaeuser Company
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-07-28)
Wolfgang G. Glasser,professor emeritus in the Department of Wood Science and Forest Products, will be a visiting scientist in the Chemically Enhanced Materials Department of the Weyerhaeuser Company in Tacoma, Washington. ...
Virginia Tech Offers Forest Products Marketing And Sales Seminars
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-01-28)
Virginia Tech's wood science and forest products department will hold continuing education classes: "Advanced Sales Training for the Forest Product Industry," Mar. 6-7, 2003, at the Donaldson Brown Hotel and Conference ...
Virginia Tech's Natural Resources Program Addresses Coming Federal Staff Shortage
(Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-10-27)
The 35 to 50 percent projection of government employees (1.6 million full-time workers) in the natural resources profession retiring within the next several years has prompted Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources ...