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All day George Washington Day - Break/Holiday
Staff Holiday -- University Open
Sustainable Developments Goals Lab Launch Session - Special Event (Virtual)
Wondering what you can do to become a better advocate for sustainable development? The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) a... more
12:00pm Art Exhibit: Celebrate Black Love - Arts (Perspective Gallery Squires )
Perspective Gallery celebrates Martin Luther King week and Black History month with this community created exhibit featuring the work of 3r... more
1:00pm Key-Concept Thinking: How to Think about What to Think about Next to Keep Your Thinking on Track to Its Goal - Seminar/Conference (370/380 Shanks Hall)
Knowledge is both the product and the fuel of thinking, but the knowledge needed to keep your thinking moving toward its goal does not alway... more
2:00pm "The Politics and Praxis of Flamenco" with Professor Maria del Carmen Cana Jimenez - Special Event (J E 2323 (in West AJ))
In this experiential presentation, we will learn about the history and styles of flamenco dance and music, and its deep connections to Spani... more
2:00pm VT Humanities Week: The Politics and Praxis of Flamenco - Seminar/Conference (West Ambler-Johnson Hall, JE 2323)
In this experiential presentation, we will learn about the history and styles of flamenco dance and music, and its deep connections to Spani... more
3:30pm VT Humanities Week: Disability Technology and Humanistic Reflection - Special Event (Newman Library, Multipurpose Room (101))
Good technology requires humanistic reflection. One has to know the good and have practical wisdom on how to get there. This panel brings to... more
5:30pm VT Humanities Week: Book Discussion on The Bright Ages - Special Event (Holtzman 2nd Floor Board Room)
Virginia Tech Professor Matthew Gabriele joins his coauthor David Perry to discuss their recently published book The Bright Ages: A New Hist... more
6:00pm Equity Now Speaker Series: Business, Peace and the War in Ukraine: One Year Later - Academic (Virtual)











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