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Outstanding students recognized

See links below for full stories on each of our outstanding undergraduate, master's, and graduate students

    Outstanding Seniors

Outstanding students recognized

See links below for full stories on each of our outstanding undergraduate, master's, and graduate students

    Outstanding Seniors

Virginia Tech hops into the farm-to-glass craft beer movement with new brewhouse

The newly installed system allows students to learn the latest in malting, brewing, and fermenation techniques, while faculty further the university’s land-grant mission by supporting industry research in fermentation and brewing.

    Virginia Tech hops into the farm-to-glass craft beer movement with new brewhouse on campus

Tarantula named in honor of Virginia Tech entomologist

Paul Marek can now add “Spider Man” to his list of professional titles. Not because he recently acquired superpowers, but because the Virginia Tech assistant professor of entomology has had an actual spider named after him.

    Tarantula named in honor of Virginia Tech entomologist

Virginia Tech contributes to commonwealth's strength in agricultural exports

The Governor’s Conference on Agricultural Trade has once again proven that Virginia agricultural products are having a moment around the world.

    Virginia Tech contributes to commonwealth's strength in agricultural exports

Building toward a bright future

At the university’s Kentland Farm, students in the new Dairy Science Complex are working with professors on projects that address issues ranging from milk quality to nutrient management.

    Building toward a bright future

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Commencement information

The CALS Spring 2016 Commencement ceremony for graduate students is Thursday, May 12 at 2:30 p.m. in Cassell Coliseum. The undergraduate commencement is Friday, May 13 from 12:30 - 2:00 p.m. in Cassell Coliseum.

Faculty: Donna Westfall-Rudd

    Donna Westfall-Rudd

Associate Professor Donna Westfall-Rudd, in the Department of Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education, is passionate about teaching others effective program planning and implementation practices for youth and adult learners in various agricultural education contexts.

Graduate student: Adam Cletzer

    Adam Cletzer

Adam Cletzer is a graduate student in the Department of Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education, where he studies leadership development and social change.


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