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Future of Work Pilot

At the start of the fall 2021 semester, Human Resources launched a full-year Future of Work pilot that included participants from Advancement, the College of Engineering, Information Technology, the…

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CNRE Museum collection seeks to expand to broaden students hands-on learning experiences

The College of Natural Resources and Environment gives students the opportunity to learn about wildlife specimens inside the classroom through its museum collection located at Cheatham Hall. The…

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Dean Learman CVC Video

Dean Lee Learman from the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine is proud to announce the start of the 2021 Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC).

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CNRE hosts Fall Forestry and Wildlife Field Tour

Combining education, networking, and sightseeing, the Annual Fall Forestry and Wildlife Field Tours have provided the opportunity to learn about sustainable forestry and wildlife management for over…

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Why do leaves change color in Autumn?

Professor John Seiler, a tree physiology specialist at the College of Natural Resources and Environment, explains why leaves change color in Autumn.

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Forestry students learn through hands-on experience

Students in Carolyn Copenheaver's Forest Ecology and Silvics class are learning a measuring technique that allows them to determine the number of trees per acre. Additionally, students learn…

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When to expect fall colors to peak

According to John Seiler, a professor and tree physiology specialist, we can anticipate a good fall-color season in Virginia.

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Creating a sustainable foundation for products worldwide

Students and faculty at the Center for Packaging and Unit Load Design are studying how pallets behave while carrying different types of packages. The research will help manufacturers design new…

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Outdoor labs provide hands-on learning for CNRE students

Alumni Distinguished Professor John Seiler and his dendrology lab students will be roaming campus and nearby parks and forests as they learn to identify woody plants.

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Researching the value of hemp waste

The legalization of hemp and marijuana is fueling the emergence of the CBD industry, ultimately leading to the production of the large quantities of extracted Cannabis flower waste. A faculty and…

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Propagating mussel power to purify Virginia's freshwater

The Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Center at Virginia Tech is a cooperative research and propagation facility to restore and recover endangered freshwater mollusks in Virginia and adjacent states.

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Hutton Program brings budding marine biologists to campus

The Hutton Program, a pilot program partnering with the College of Natural Resources and Environment and the American Fisheries Society, is enlightening high-school students about career…

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First-Gen Hokies: Elizabeth Owusu '22

Elizabeth Owusu '22 talks about the first-generation identity, the challenges of being the first in her family to go to college, why it's important to find community, and her advice to…

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An amazing ecosystem engineer in Southwest Virginia

Faculty and students from the College of Natural Resources and Environment are gaining a better understanding of the bluehead chub and uncovering their secrets just may be the key to conservation…

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Cherished oak tree provides a learning opportunity

Students from the College of Natural Resources and Environment met with University Arborist Jamie King and Geoff Manning of Manning Arboriculture to learn about the care that has been prescribed to…

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Joe Griffitts and Hokie Passport Services Recognized With Governor's Award

Joe Griffitts, Director of Hokie Passport Services, was recently awarded a Governor's Award recognizing their outstanding work in creative customer service.

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