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Tuesday, April 11, 2017
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All day A Community of Learners, a Legacy of Achievement - Day of Remembrance (Newman Library Learning Commons (2nd floor))
A selection of books in honor of the students and faculty lost on April 16, 2007.
A Celebration of 100 Languages and the Week of the Young Child - Academic (Wallace Hall Gallery)
Exhibit of evidence of the manner in which materials are utilized to support children's individualized learning processes, to integrate fami... more
Sending You All Our Love - Day of Remembrance (Old Dominion Ballroom, Squires Student Center)
A display of condolence items sent from colleges and universities following April 16, 2007, including the large VT shrine and a sample of th... 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
8:30am Project Management I - Administration (North End Center, room 2410)
Managing projects can be a daunting responsibility, as there are so many resources and steps to coordinate. Goals can be unclear in the begi... more
9:30am Introduction to ContentMine Tools for Mining Scholarly & Research Literature - Seminar/Conference (Newman Library Multipurpose Room (first floor))
Join ContentMine instructors for an overview of text and data mining, and an introduction to ContentMine open source tools for mining schola... more
10:30am Data visualization with Tableau - Seminar/Conference (1100 Torgersen Hall)
With the Tableau data visualization software, you or your students can easily turn research data into detailed, interactive visualizations t... 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
12:15pm Walking Loop - Administration (McComas Hall)
The Tuesday Walking Group takes place every week (weather permitting). The group meets at a predetermined location and leaves promptly at 12... more
2:30pm NanoEarth Industry Speaker: Predictive toxicological modeling: applications for fibrous minerals, lessons for nanoparticles - Seminar/Conference (Kelly Hall, Cafe X)
Speaker: Andrey Korchevskiy, PhD, CIH, Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc. (Denver, Colorado) Website: http://www.c-ih.com/ Host: Matth... more
5:30pm Yoga in the Garden - Athletics (Peggy Lee Hahn Garden Pavilion)
Rejuvention Flow, 75 minutes every Tuesday @ 5:30 PM, Hahn Horticulture Pavilion (Lots of Available FREE PARKING!! The practice will be he... more
5:30pm From Africa to Auschwitz: Racism, Capitalism, & William Styron - Diversity (340 Lavery Hall (Turner Place))
Prof. Danielle Christmas (UNC-Chapel Hill) will discuss the author William Styron who, in his "The Confessions of Nat Turner" (1967) and "So... more
6:00pm Auditions for Summer Musical Course: George Gershwin's 'Oh, Kay!' - Music/Theatre/Dance (Theatre 101, room 201)
Earn 3 credits in just 3 weeks. Play a role in a musical. Be a stage manager or technician. Assist with musical direction, choreography, ... more
6:00pm Asian Cultural Forum - Diversity (Brush Mountain B, Squires Student Center)
Do you have interest in discussing the importance of preserving Asian culture in American society, among young generations and on college ca... more










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