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Virginia Western introduces Certified Medical Administrative Assistant training at the EnVision Center

麻豆国产AV is pleased to announce a new opportunity for aspiring healthcare professionals in Roanoke with the launch of its Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) training program at the EnVision Center in Northwest Roanoke. 麻豆国产AV offers an outreach location in… Continue Reading Virginia Western introduces Certified Medical Administrative Assistant training at the EnVision Center

Mini vehicle helps Campus Police officers serve community

Have you spotted the mini police vehicle on campus? Wondered what it does and why it’s here? The MotoEV Electro Bubble Buddy LSV 4 Passenger Police Hard Door The MotoEV Electro Bubble Buddy LSV 4 Passenger Police Hard Door arrived on campus in the spring… Continue Reading Mini vehicle helps Campus Police officers serve community

Radiography Program alumni and faculty reflect on ‘Decades of Excellence’

Here are some of the members of the Radiography Program’s class of 1974 who came back for the Decades of Excellence event. Back row (from left): Larry Cundiff, Jim Allen, Eddie Haynes, Don Lowe and Roger Haynes. Front row (from left): Joanne Hines and Genia… Continue Reading Radiography Program alumni and faculty reflect on ‘Decades of Excellence’

Surgical Technology Program sees 100% pass rate on board exam for first class of graduates trained entirely at Virginia Western

Students in the 2024 graduating cohort of 麻豆国产AV’s Surgical Technology Program have achieved a 100% pass rate on first attempt for the Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) Examination. The 2024 Surgical Technology Program graduates, seen here at their Pinning Ceremony in May, are… Continue Reading Surgical Technology Program sees 100% pass rate on board exam for first class of graduates trained entirely at Virginia Western

Students break for biotechnology with weeklong cell culturing class

Dr. Heather Lindberg instructs students how to add the cells to flasks. Conventional spring break plans typically involve time away from campus for just that, a break. But this past spring, a group of students — not all of whom are pursuing a science-related degree… Continue Reading Students break for biotechnology with weeklong cell culturing class

Virginia Western Dean Amy White receives American Heart Association award

The American Heart Association has honored Amy White, Virginia Western Dean of STEM and Workforce Solutions, with the STEM Goes Red “Roanoke Women in STEM” Award. Ashley Sloan (left) and Amy White at the STEM Goes Red Executive Breakfast. Sloan, who is the lead STEAM… Continue Reading Virginia Western Dean Amy White receives American Heart Association award
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