Long before “Enter Sandman” echoes through Lane Stadium and football players huddle up for their first play, James Kiefer of Baltimore, is hard at work.
He is one of more than 50 student athletic trainers from the Department of Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise who help Virginia Tech sports teams excel while gaining valuable experience for their own careers.
Virginia Cooperative Extension has released three new titles in its ongoing series of free e-book publications.
The publications now available for download are:
Shasta R. Sowers of Floyd, Va., has been named the Outstanding Graduating Senior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech for the 2012-13 academic year.
Sowers, who is pursuing a major in agricultural sciences with minors in international agriculture, animal and poultry sciences, and Appalachian studies, is expected to receive a bachelor’s degree in May.
Soil scientists teach farmers in Haiti about agricultural conservation
Students help design a new building plan for Reynolds Homestead
Researchers in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech are examining the intersection of art and science.
Read about some of the ways that Virginia Cooperative Extension and Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station are making a difference in the lives of Virginians.
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