The exhibits programs at the University Libraries strive to educate the Virginia Tech community on a variety of topics through engaging displays of student and faculty research, cultural and community exhibits, interpretive exhibits of archival items, and traveling exhibits.
Each semester we do exhibits based on the course work of specific classes taught at Virginia Tech. The exhibits, created by the Course Exhibit Initiative, take class projects beyond the classroom and engage the community in shared learning experiences.
The Special Collections and University Archives’ reading room includes space for rotating exhibits which highlight materials from our collections. These exhibits change every four to six weeks, We also have small exhibit cases that are often on display throughout the library.
- The Land Speaks: The Monacan Nation and Politics of Memory
- Southwest Virginia Digital Archive virtual exhibit
- Living and Learning Abroad
- The Comedy Conglomerate
- The Virginia Tech First-Generation Photo Project
- Ut Prosim Beyond Boundaries: Global outreach during the pandemic
- Maré from the Inside / Maré de Dentro