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Women's Weekend

Women's Weekend at Virginia Tech: Connect to Self, Others, and Virginia Tech

July 17-19, 2015

Make plans to join amazing women in Blacksburg for an enjoyable weekend that will feed the soul, enlighten the mind and invigorate the body as we connect and network with alumnae, as well as women friends, family members, and fans. Participating women will be joined by faculty, staff, and students. 

You will engage and celebrate with women who love Virginia Tech and get to know several of our women leaders including, Laura Sands, PhD, Professor of Human Development and First Lady of Virginia Tech and Deborah Petrine, President and Chief Executive Officer of Commonwealth Care of Roanoke Inc. and Rector of the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors. Join in this special weekend to care for yourself, deepen connections with others, and connect or reconnect with Virginia Tech.

$150 per person

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