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New JAMA reports highlight 'striking' number of deaths from COVID-19, says biostatistics expert

"In spite of some of the rhetoric, the United States has lagged behind most of the rest of the world in effectively combating the pandemic," said disease surveillance expert Ron Fricker.

Date: 10/12/2020
Fighting fatigue key in battling COVID-19

If left unchecked, this weariness can become overwhelming and grow into apathy toward those same public health guidelines that have thus far helped mitigate many widespread outbreaks. Some basic coping skills can help individuals lift their spirits and prevent lowering their guard.

Date: 10/09/2020
Fleet Services continues to serve the university community with their vehicle rental needs

As a courtesy reminder, Fleet Services is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Monday-Friday) and ready to serve the Virginia Tech community.

Date: 10/09/2020
Wildlife courses, in-person and virtual, spark new energy during pandemic

Interacting with Kevin Hamed, collegiate assistant professor in the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, from a safe distance, makes all of the difference for Emma Weaver, a senior who is majoring in wildlife conservation.

Date: 10/08/2020
Students encouraged to get tested before Thanksgiving break

Date: 10/08/2020

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A message from Vice President of Human Resources Bryan Garey

We hope to rebound quickly from this health crisis. We will assess the ongoing financial impact on the university and will keep you informed as our plans emerge.

Date: 03/24/2020
A message from the Global Education Office on study abroad support

Date: 03/24/2020
Faculty Affairs to hold open office hours via Zoom

Date: 03/23/2020
A message from Frank Shushok, interim vice president for Student Affairs

In this truly difficult time, it's important we take care of ourselves and one another.

Date: 03/23/2020
Executive Vice President and Provost acknowledges faculty efforts in moving courses online

I recognize that you are disappointed that you will not be able to teach and mentor your students in the manner that you had planned, and I know that your students are disappointed too. However, I also know that you remain committed to their education and I am confident that these students will appreciate your efforts.

Date: 03/23/2020

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