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    New e-bikes boost sustainable transportation, well-being , article

    A new fleet of bright teal pedal-assist e-bikes are available for use across Virginia Tech's Blacksburg campus, and through Blacksburg, Christiansburg, and Montgomery County.

    Date: Jun 07, 2021
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    Double major Christine Faunce named 2021 Outstanding Senior for the College of Science , article

    Faunce, who is earning dual degrees in experimental neuroscience and medicinal chemistry in the College of Science, will pursue a Ph.D. in pharmacology.

    Date: May 11, 2021
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    FORWARD Series // Maddie , video

    Maddie Price talks about the death of her father when she was a freshman in high school, and how after several years she finally confronted the emotions she had been keeping locked up inside. More from the FORWARD series: https://well-being.vt.edu/forward.html Resources for Well-Being: https://well-being.vt.edu Want to share your story? Give a shout to Tammy Tripp at ttripp [at] vt [dot] edu ----------------------------- Produced by Virginia Tech Student Affairs Communications 🎥: Andrew Huang '19 ----------------------------- FORWARD is a series from Student Affairs featuring Virginia Tech students, faculty, staff, and alumni who have faced, overcome, or learned from life's obstacles and setbacks. FORWARD aims to normalize the conversation about hardships we endure and to encourage resilience. Student Affairs Communications welcomes your stories of resiliency to be featured as part of the FORWARD Campaign.

    Date: Jul 31, 2019
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    FORWARD Series // Kevin , video

    Kevin talks about finding balance in your life, and that it's okay to not do everything. More from the FORWARD series: https://well-being.vt.edu/forward.html Resources for Well-Being: https://well-being.vt.edu Want to share your story? Give a shout to Tammy Tripp at ttripp@vt.edu ----------------------------- Produced by Virginia Tech Student Affairs Communications 🎥: Andrew Huang '19, Christina Franusich ----------------------------- FORWARD is a series from Student Affairs featuring Virginia Tech students, faculty, staff, and alumni who have faced, overcome, or learned from life's obstacles and setbacks. FORWARD aims to normalize the conversation about hardships we endure and to encourage resilience. Student Affairs Communications welcomes your stories of resiliency to be featured as part of the FORWARD Campaign.

    Date: Jun 12, 2019
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    Stories Not Symptoms , video

    The University Libraries’ exhibit Stories Not Symptoms: An Exhibition of Graphic Medicine, located on the fourth floor of Newman Library, highlights the combination of the bright and whimsical nature of comic books with the medical jargon of disease and illness to tell the health stories of individuals. Through the abstract art, comics add approachability and emotion to the stories and clinical data. The exhibit features work by multiple graphic medicine artists and an interactive opportunity for visitors to create their own graphic medicine.

    Date: Mar 27, 2019