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Virginia Tech NCR Commencement.

This past summer, I had the amazing opportunity to address our newest graduates of Virginia Tech – now alumni – at their commenecement ceremony. This was, in particular, for those graduating from our programs that are here in the “National Capital Region,” as we call it – which is pretty much Washington D.C. and the …

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The Grillfield.

When it comes to university dining, if this isn’t awesome then I just don’t know what is! Congratulations to Virginia Tech’s Dining Services (and especially their fearless leader and good friend Ted F.) for accomplishing yet another awesome innovation. I can’t wait to see how these on-campus, university-funded food trucks perform once the students are …

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Mandela Washington Fellows.

Today is Mandela Day. Folks are celebrating this amazing man around the world. Hearing and seeing these celebrations is inspiring me to reflect on an experience I had a little less than a month ago. The power and wisdom that I felt on that day and with those fellows left memories and an impact on me that feels like …

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“It seems like learning has evolved.”

I was recently clicking around cable television, and plopped down on CNBC (don’t ask why). Ironically enough, they were featuring the ol’ alma mater, Virginia Tech, and some of the entrepreneurship initiatives going on at the university. Check out the video, an interview with President Timothy Sands, below.

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Inclusion.

You know, there’s a huuuuuge difference between inclusion and diversity. I believe that the idea of diversity simply gets at the idea of people being different. That difference can be defined in many different ways. It can include difference of race, skin color, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identification, where someone grew up, what their favorite color …

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