ABOUT THE HISTORIC MARKERS COMMITTEE

The Historic Markers Committee is expanding exterior campus interpretive signage to provide information on Virginia Tech's holistic histories and campus developments. The committee is also taking inventory and analyzing texts of existing biomarkers for construction of new biomarkers, restoration of existing plaques, and development of other surface treatment responding to current and anticipated needs. 


MEMBERSHIP OF THE HISTORIC MARKERS COMMITTEE

Chair: Jack Rosenberger, Campus Landscape Architect, Office of University Planning | Division of Campus Planning, Infrastructure, and Facilities


  • Denny Cochrane, Director of Sustainability, Office of Sustainability | Division of Campus Planning, Infrastructure, and Facilities
  • Clara Cox, Retired Virginia Tech Director of Publications
  • Bob Leonard, Chair, Council on Virginia Tech History; Professor, School of Performing Arts | College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Meghan Marsh, Communications Manager, Office for Strategic Affairs | Office of the President
  • Paul Quigley, Director, Virginia Center for Civil War Studies; James I. Robertson, Jr. Associate Professor, Civil War History | College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Emily Satterwhite,  Director, Appalachian Studies; Associate Professor, Religion and Culture | College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Peter Wallenstein, Professor, History | College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences

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