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VCU projects support those facing drug and alcohol abuse, intimate partner violence and cancer in remote areas.
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Throughout the spring and summer, VCU Facilities Management has been assembling, procuring and distributing personal protective equipment kits.
The pilot is part of a larger university goal of creating a talent pipeline that addresses high-demand workforce needs and retains talent within Virginia.
VCU health sciences students are volunteering with the Virginia Department of Health’s Medical Reserve Corps.
Syeda Fatima came to the United States from Pakistan in late 2016. Now Fatima has been named the recipient of a prestigious scholarship from the National Institutes of Health.
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National leader in injury control, emergency medicine to assume duties in October.
Fogarty fellowship allowed Helen Noble to conduct research, help doctors in Peru gain access to the latest medical studies.
LeGrande has served as vice provost for strategic enrollment management at VCU since 2018.
Brandcenter graduate Joelle Halle shares her experiences in developing digital experience solutions at Kroger — including to the grocery store’s mobile app — to keep customers and employees safe.
With fewer than 100 days to the presidential election, political science professor and former Bernie Sanders campaign adviser Michael Paarlberg, Ph.D., spoke to VCU News about what is at stake when it comes to U.S.-Latin America relations.