The Public History program at Virginia Tech highly recommends that faculty and students interested in the work of our department should also consider the following resources. Below you will find links to these resources, as well as other departments and programs that can also serve as a valuable resource or opportunity for collaboration.
The Center for Geospatial Information Technology (CGIT) is an interdisciplinary research center based out of Virginia Tech that has applications in fields such as urban planning, emergency response, and public history. Click here to learn more about CGIT.
InnovationSpace offers the resources and inspiration for Tech faculty interested in implementing new technological approaches in their classrooms and work. For more information on InnovationSpace, visit their website.
The Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology (ICAT) is a laboratory where the arts, math, and engineering come together. Through its partnership with the Moss Arts Center and unique resources such as the Cube, ICAT is dedicated to education for all ages. Click here to learn more about ICAT.
The Material Culture and Public Humanities program is an interdisciplinary Master’s degree based out of Tech’s Department of Religion and Culture. Working alongside the School of Visual Arts and Department of History, this program trains its students to be the link between the public and academia in areas such as historic preservation, curation, and conservation. For more […]
The Virginia Center for Civil War Studies (VCCWS) is a program based out of the History Department at Virginia Tech. The VCCWS is dedicated to promoting education on the American Civil War through events such as movie screenings and public lectures, as well as the educational outreach Traveling Trunk program. For more information on the VCCWS, […]