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Sylvester Johnson
Sylvester Johnson, an award-winning scholar engaged in exploring humanity in the age of intelligent machines, has been named director of Virginia Tech’s Center for the Humanities. He will also serve as the university’s assistant vice provost for the humanities. The newly established Cente...
More than 200 performers will come together from across the university for one of Virginia Tech’s biggest music events, Exposition IV: An Appalachian Spring, on March 19 at 4 p.m. in the Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre. All seven colleges across campus are represented by the diverse group of talented...
Monica Kimbrell
The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences has launched the university’s first Office for VT-Shaped Learning. The program is intended to help undergraduates excel academically through disciplinary depth, interdisciplinary capacities, experiential learning, and a strong humanistic perspective. ...

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Morgan Sykes
As an undergraduate Morgan Sykes worked with prospective Hokies, was at the table when major university decisions were made, and spearheaded an effort to bring young students to Virginia Tech for a taste of college life. And that was all before she even collected her college degree. The ...