Events and Reunions
Redirect ItemDC Hokies Home Buying Workshop , redirect
There are so many questions that come with purchasing your first home: Can I afford it? How much do I have to put down? What mortgage can I get? Where should I be looking? Join pur team of experts (a financial advisor, mortgage lender and realtor) on Jan. 19 at 6 p.m. ET for a free, online panel discussion.
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On Jan. 21 at noon ET, Professor Lynn Resler, an ecological biogeographer in the Department of Geography, will discuss some of the rapid changes occurring in majestic alpine landscapes of the Rocky Mountains.
General ItemChapter Cheers: Happy Hokie New Year
On Jan. 21, we'll celebrate the new year by getting to know some Hokie business owners in the wine and beer industry. We'll hear all about how their experience at Virginia Tech shaped their entrepreneurial paths.
General ItemIntroduction to Cornerstone Alumni
On January 27, we plan to share what new program offerings and experiences will be provided to Cornerstone Alumni.
Redirect ItemAn Evening with Tara Westover , redirect
On Feb. 6 at 7:30 p.m., Tara Westover, the acclaimed author of "Educated", will speak and answer questions as part of the Moss Arts Center’s HomeStage series.
Redirect ItemBlack History Month & Day of Remembrance: Commemorating Japanese American Internment , redirect
The internment of Japanese Americans during World War II represents one of the darkest times in American history. On Feb. 9 at 5 p.m. ET, as part of Black History Month and the Day of Remembrance, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences faculty members will lead a discussion on the topic.
Redirect ItemHealthy Habits: Busting Myths & Creating Balance , redirect
The month of January is flooded with information on ways to improve your diet, but not all of that information leads to heathy habits. On Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. ET, join Heather Cox, MS, RDN, for a discussion with alumna Emily Massi, RDN, LDN, and graduate student, Katie Smith to learn how to digest diet information into sustainable habits!
Redirect ItemGetting to Zero: Religious Leaders as Trusted Messengers for Eliminating HIV/AIDS , redirect
On Feb. 25 at 5:30 p.m. ET, Dr. Fuller will discuss how a new science-based HIV/AIDS intervention, which involves the participation of religious leader networks, is helping address infectious disease health disparities in the United States, Zambia, Botswana, and South Africa.
Redirect ItemGenes Regulating Sleep and Circadian Rhythms , redirect
On Mar. 25 at 5:30 p.m., join Michael Young, Ph.D., as he discusses the genes that control circadian rhythms. Dr. Young is the recipient of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine; the Richard and Jeanne Fisher Professor; and Vice President for Academic Affairs at The Rockefeller University.
Redirect ItemHow Vaccines Train the Immune System in Ways No One Expected , redirect
On Apr. 15 at 5:30 p.m. ET, join Dr. Christine Stabell Benn as she discusses vaccines and our overall health. Dr. Benn is a Professor of Global Health at the University of Southern Denmark, and the Steering Board Member of The Bandim Health Project, Guinea-Bissau.