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James Krouscas

Chair of Education

Virginia Tech Inc.

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Virginia Tech Inc.

26 Prices Fork Rd.

Blacksburg, Virginia,24061

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1872 as a land-grant college, Virginia Tech is the most comprehensive university in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is among the top research universities in the nation. Today, Virginia Tech's nine colleges are dedicated to quality, innovation, and...more

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Profile « nrvmagazine.com

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Jim Krouscas
In the fall of 1996, Jim Krouscas left his native state of California for a PhD program at Virginia Tech, never dreaming it would change the direction of his life.


Jim Krouscas « nrvmagazine.com

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Jim Krouscas
In the fall of 1996, Jim Krouscas left his native state of California for a PhD program at Virginia Tech, never dreaming it would change the direction of his life. "I really enjoyed growing up in the San Francisco Bay area," he recalls. In his 40s now, Jim worked two jobs and attended school full-time, not knowing what the future would hold when he finished. Lo and behold, about graduation time, BCF expanded its full-time pastoral team from two to three and offered Jim the opportunity he could only have dreamed of - returning again, permanently, to the New River Valley. That God orchestrated it is Jim's explanation. "I love it here. We enjoy Pandapas, hiking the Cascades, playing softball and meeting people from all over the world, right here in our little town. And it's Jim now who wraps his arms around people, ministering to many on their own life journey.


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The elders of the church at Antioch laid hands upon him and the elders at Jerusalem, including the venerable James, acknowledged him to be an apostle.Nevertheless, God himself ordained Paul an apostle according to his infinite will.Paul writes the phrase "in Christ" over and over again in his letters.The Church is united to the heavenly Father through Christ.My childhood friend, Jimmy Krouscas, is now Dr. James Krouscas, Chair of Education at Virginia Tech.He and his wife, opened their home, within walking distance of the campus, for prayer and counseling.Two weeks ago, he told me that life is finally back to normal and that he and many others are now troubled that normalcy has returned so quickly to their experience.On this very same day, April 18, three Christian men were martyred for their faith in Malatya Province, Turkey.


Keeping up with the natives - Roanoke.com

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Virginia Tech professor Jim Krouscas used the hand-held devices in his 488-student personal health class for the first time this spring.


roanoke.com - New River Valley Current-Students tune into classes with remote controls

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Virginia Tech Professor Jim Krouscas watches a projection screen as students answer a question using hand-held remotes during a Personal Health class in Squires Student Center.The numbers on the screen represent each student in the class, with the rectangle turning blue when the students respond, in this case to a true-or-false question. BLACKSBURG -- Just before beginning a lecture in front of his 488-student Personal Health class last week, Virginia Tech professor Jim Krouscas conferred with graduate assistant Stephanie Ballein.In between the tests, Krouscas explained that skin cancer was the most common."It's just fun for them," he said of the technology."It's a little more captivating."Kerry Redican, a Tech professor who teaches the class with Krouscas and Ballein, decided to give the remote controls a try after a publishing representative introduced him to them last semester.


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