Black Alumni Reunion
Smiling selfie: Matt Winston ’90, vice president of alumni relations, snaps a selfie with Reginald Stroble M.A. Ed. ’14 and Jummy Olabanji ’06
April 13-15, 2018 | Virginia Tech campus
Every other year, the Virginia Tech Alumni Association hosts its Black Alumni Reunion to celebrate diversity at Virginia Tech and to honor the achievements of black alumni.
This year’s reunion will recognize:
• the 50th anniversary of Groove Phi Groove, the first black organization on campus
• the 50th anniversary of the Human Relations Council
• the 25th anniversary of the National Pan-Hellenic Council at Virginia Tech
• the 40th anniversary of the Black Student Alliance
• the 25th anniversary of the Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity
Lisa Carter Ellison ’86 celebrates at the 2016 reunion. As a student leader, Ellison helped found the Black Cultural Center on campus.
Learn more about plans for the 2018 Black Alumni Reunion by visiting alumni.vt.edu/bar2018.