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    2021 Commencement , redirect

    We can't wait to celebrate our Class of 2021 during their graduation this Saturday. Attendance in-person is limited and restricted to ticket holders only, but anyone can watch the live stream. The ceremony begins at 9 a.m. Saturday.

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    Medical school moms find support in each other, their families, and the school community , redirect

    Rebecca King and Jane Gay are currently third-year students at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. They had their sons during their first year of study and bonded over the shared experience. The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine has had other students become new moms and dads during their tenure at VTCSOM, but Gay and King are the first women to give birth during their first year of study.

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    Eight Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine students inducted into medical honor society , redirect

    Congrats to the eight medical students, two Carilion Clinic residents and three VTCSOM faculty members and Carilion Clinic physicians who have been inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society.

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    VTCSOM 2021 Outstanding Grad , redirect

    A big CONGRATS to Vaishnavi Sridhar, recipient of Virginia Tech's 2021 Outstanding Graduate Award for the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. Sridhar graduates with her classmates this Saturday and will head out west for pediatrics residency.

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    Neurodiversity panel discussion: Different perspectives of autism , redirect

    April is Autism Awareness Month, and the Basic Science domain, students and other stakeholders, have incorporated a panel discussion on neurodiversity. The recording and transcript are available for view.

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    Paint Your Pet Art Show , redirect

    Our halls are filled with paintings of our (mostly) furry friends, thanks to a collaboration with the Taubman Museum. Students, faculty, and staff participated in a virtual "Pet Your Pet" activity. We chatted with two students about why the activity was meaningful to them. Check out all of the paintings without needing to come to the building in person.