The College of Humanities and Sciences students are pursuing internships, research and study abroad experiences.
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Katherine Schmidt is helping college students and public school youth experience the outdoors in programs created by VCU’s Rice Rivers Center and Outdoor Adventure Program.
Their areas of study are different, but their overall goals are the same: increasing people’s understanding of Rwanda and building relationships.
The pins, one for each of the five U.S. military branches, can help create a more supportive community for veterans, said Stephen Ross, director of Military Student Services.
Constance Relihan, Ph.D., has been named dean for the University College at Virginia Commonwealth University, effective July 9.
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Students can learn to do anything from delivering babies to designing imaginary robot armies for the latest Hollywood blockbuster.
Jesse Adcock, a mass communications major at VCU and an amateur bladesmith, was featured on the History Channel’s “Forged in Fire."
VCU Alumni’s RVA GOLD Chapter has been honored with the 2018 Governor’s Volunteerism and Community Service Award for Outstanding Education Organization.
With its official opening on April 21, VCU's Institute for Contemporary Art positions the city as a world-class cultural hub.
School districts across the country are struggling to close the racial gap in the teaching workforce and hire more black teachers. A new study by LaRon A. Scott, Ed.D., an assistant professor in the VCU School of Education, aims to help school systems diversify their teacher workforce, with a particular emphasis on black males teaching special education. Scott recently discussed his study, which will be published in a forthcoming special issue of the journal Remedial and Special Education.