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All day Partnerships for a Global Land-Grant: The Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Perspective - Academic (Wallace Hall Gallery)
An exhibition of posters that highlight the international research and projects of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences faculty. ... more
Remarkable Writing: A Selection of Good Reads by Women - Special Event (Newman Library Writing Center)
A selection of books written by women to inspire you during Women's History Month. This display is a companion piece to the exhibit Remar... more
Remarkable Women Through History: Snapshots from Special Collections - Special Event (Newman Library 2nd Floor Commons)
This exhibit uses primary source materials from the University Libraries' Special Collections to highlight the remarkable contributions wome... more
8:00am Exchange Online Town Hall for Faculty & Staff - Seminar/Conference (Torgersen Hall 1100)
Major improvements are coming to the university's Microsoft Email and Calendar solution. Beginning in May, faculty and staff Exchange accoun... more
8:00am Art in the Garden: Watercolors with Sidra Kaluszka - Arts (Peggy Lee Hahn Pavilion)
Be sure to pick up a Visitor's Permit from Parking Services or the VT Visitor's Center if attending an event in the garden during weekday bu... more
9:00am Privilege and Oppression - Administration (North End Center, room 2420)
This workshop provides a detailed sociological overview of the process and resulting structure by which people become differentiated from on... more
10:00am Class of 2018 Ring Delivery Week - Special Event (Squires Williamsburg Room)
Ring Delivery week for the Junior Class is a Tech Tradition! If you ordered a 2018 Class Ring last fall or early this semester, your Class r... more
10:00am Moss Arts Center exhibitions: Artists and Architecture - Arts (Moss Arts Center)
Moss Arts Center exhibitions: Artists and Architecture (Arts) Visually arresting and conceptually layered, this exhibition features pr... more
12:00pm Weight Watchers at Work - Academic (North End Center, room 3600)
Hokie Wellness invites employees and students looking for a healthy way to lose weight to check out the Weight Watchers at Work meetings hel... more
12:00pm Art Exhibit: Electromagnetograms by Liz Liguori and Jessie Mann, Perspective Gallery Student Biennial Exhibit - Arts (Squires Perspective Gallery)
Jessie Mann and Liz Liguori are Virginia Tech graduate students selected to exhibit their work in this biennial art show. Their curiosity-d... more
12:00pm Home Buying: No Down Payment? No Problem! - Seminar/Conference (North End Center room 2200)
Staff from Community Housing Partners Homeownership will discuss the various loan products available in the New River Valley, including spec... more
12:00pm Hokies Live Well: Healthy Cooking Around the World - Special Event (Wallace Hall 405)
This class will be a hands-on opportunity to prepare new recipes from around the world. There is a $10 fee per class. Food samples and recip... more
1:00pm Exhibition of Salvador Dali's Aliyah Suite - Arts (Malcolm Rosenberg Hillel Center (710 Toms Creek Road))
The Malcolm Rosenberg Hillel Center, home to Hillel at Virginia Tech, hosts this month an exclusive viewing of Salvador Dali's Aliyah Suite,... more
2:30pm #CivilityVT: Let's Talk - Diversity (Burruss Hall Foyer and 2nd Floor)
Topics by week are: 3/15 - ENGAGING: How can we have hard conversations with civility? 3/22 - BELONGING: What is the place of undocumented... more
3:00pm The European Response to the Housing Needs of Syrian Refugees - Academic (412 Wallace Hall)
Dr. Eric Griette serves as a Professor of International Business and Finance in the ESDES School of Management at the Catholic University of... more
3:30pm Panel Discussion - America's Cyber Threat: Should you be afraid and what can Congress do about it? - National Capital Region (485 Russell Senate Office Building, 2 Constitution Ave, NE, Washington, DC 20002)
Senator Mark Warner will be the keynote speaker for the panel discussion, "America's Cyber Threat: Should you be afraid and what can Congres... more
3:30pm Germany-England Soccer Match Viewing - Club (West Ambler Johnston Great Room)
Join the German Culture Club and the British Club in viewing a friendly soccer match between the national teams of Germany and England. Fee... more
4:00pm PPE Speaker Series: Jerry Davis, Michigan - Seminar/Conference (117A Surge)
Jerry Davis from the University of Michigan will give a talk on the topic "New Institutions for a New Economic Order". All faculty and stude... more
5:00pm Ladies Night in the Weight Room - Special Event (McComas Hall Gym)
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 | 5-7pm | McComas Hall Training Weight Room *Because of this event, all men will have to use only the large weigh... more
5:00pm Ladies Night in the Weight Room - Athletics (McComas Weight Room)
Ladies Night in the Weight Room is a chance for all female students, faculty and staff to experience the weight room in a comfortable, educa... more
5:15pm Broga - Special Event (McComas Hall Gym)
Enjoy an hour of flexibility and balance training in our free, men-only yoga class, led by men. Why should you do yoga? Yoga offers a whole ... more
5:30pm The Final Piece: Evaluating and Negotiating Job Offers - Special Event (Holtzman Assembly Hall)
Do you know your worth? Attend this session to learn how to compare job offers and to BOLDLY negotiate your starting salary.
6:00pm A Seat at the Table, and a Microphone - Diversity (Newman Library Multipurpose Room)
A dialogue on the experiences of women of color in the workplace. This event is a part of Women's Month at Virginia Tech. For the full cale... more
6:00pm Picture What's Possible: Stronger Than Stigma - Arts (Malcolm Rosenberg Hillel Center, 710 Toms Creek Road Blacksburg, VA)
We invite you to commence a dialogue surrounding disabilities, mental health and empathy. Come join us to express our thoughts, feelings, di... more
7:00pm REDYELLOWORANGE - Arts (Hancock 100)
Lesley Lokko, architect, author and Head of the Graduate School of Architecture at the University of Johannesburg will give a keynote talk m... more
7:30pm Visiting artist: Joel Hoffman, piano - Music/Theatre/Dance (Squires Recital Salon)
Composer/performer Joel Hoffman presents a solo piano performance of his own works, including an improv session.










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