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What’s in Your Water? Applied Research, Extension Outreach & Experiential Learning

Join Associate Professor Leigh-Anne Krometis, Extension Associate Erin Ling, and current Water Resources, Policy, and Management undergraduate Isabel “Izzy” Largen to learn about some of the technical and environmental challenges that can make getting safe water to the household tap difficult.

They’ll highlight the ways current Virginia Cooperative Extension and education programs aim to inform and empower Virginia families to ensure their drinking water is safe and satisfying to drink!

Understanding your credit

August 2, 2020

It is easy to make mistakes with your credit that can cost you tens of thousands of dollars over your lifetime.

Are you interested in learning to make wise credit decisions so you don't pay more than you should when you take out your next debt?

Join Travis Mountain, assistant professor and financial and economic well-being Extension specialist, as he discusses the factors that contribute to your credit score, upcoming changes to credit scoring models, and things to be aware of related to credit and COVID-19.



The Other Epidemic

July 15, 2020

Lyme disease has become one of the most discussed and debated topics in human health, affecting upwards of 400,000 Americans each year.

Join Dr. Brandon Jutras, Lyme disease expert, as he discusses past and future challenges, and what his team at Virginia Tech is doing to tackle this pervasive problem.



The Dog and Pony Show

June 10, 2020

Join us as Dr. Feuerbacher discusses her lab's research and outreach, including improving shelter dog welfare, training community dogs to detect agricultural threats, and using progressive training methods to improve horse behavior.


10 tips for a successful home garden

May 27, 2020

Homefield Farm is a six-acre educational farm that grows fruits, vegetables and herbs for Virginia Tech dining services, and serves as a site of experiential student learning, interdisciplinary research, and community outreach.

Join us as Alex Hessler, the Director of the farm, shares his expert tips that you can implement at home!


Biochemistry of Coronavirus Virtual Event

May 6, 2020

Interested in learning about the molecular biology of the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)?

Join us to learn how scientists are developing treatments, vaccines, and using pre-print servers to distribute data in order to fuel new ideas and approaches to combat COVID-19.