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Amid pandemic, student-athletes endure the disappointment of a lost season

For college athletes at VCU and across the country, the games, matches and tournaments are abruptly over — some before they even started.

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New VCU online course focuses on media strategy during COVID-19 pandemic

Students, VCU employees and community professionals can learn about digital tools and strategies to communicate about this crisis.

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Tools, tips and advice as students and faculty transition to online courses

At VCU and around the world, students and educators are moving to virtual classrooms. Collaboration and asking for help are key, said online education expert Jonathan Becker.

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'A way to stay connected to VCU': Amid pandemic, The Commonwealth Times continues to publish

The COVID-19 outbreak has forced the student newspaper to stop printing, but staff continue to publish stories online.

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VCU announces operational changes as COVID-19 pandemic continues

The university will extend online-only classes through the end of the spring semester and has canceled May 2020 commencement.

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  • Research
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    VCU researchers begin clinical trials on investigational drug therapy for COVID-19
    The trials will test an investigational drug for patients with moderate and severe symptoms of COVID-19 and the virus responsible for the disease, SARS-Cov-2.
  • Health
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    6 tips to improve your health while teleworking during the coronavirus outbreak
    Ryan Garten conducts research on prolonged sitting and cardiovascular health, and offers steps to avoid developing back and neck problems.
  • Students
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    Campus may be closed but VCU Libraries is still working hard to support faculty and students
    VCU Libraries is ramping up efforts as the university shifts to online learning during the COVID-19 crisis.
  • Faculty and staff
    A drawing of a person sitting at a desk on a laptop computer.
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    Tools, tips and advice as students and faculty transition to online courses
    At VCU and around the world, students and educators are moving to virtual classrooms. Collaboration and asking for help are key, said online education expert Jonathan Becker.
  • Alumni
    Adele McClure.
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    As a child, Adele McClure experienced homelessness. Now she’s working to end it.
    The VCU grad and director of the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus is raising awareness of housing issues, including evictions, as she works to improve the lives of those most vulnerable.
  • Community
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    Amid global crisis, VCU’s Child Development Center remains community focused
    Staff members are caring for children of VCU Health System employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
VCU researchers begin clinical trials on investigational drug therapy for COVID-19 [View Image] Research

VCU researchers begin clinical trials on investigational drug therapy for COVID-19

The trials will test an investigational drug for patients with moderate and severe symptoms of COVID-19 and the virus responsible for the disease, SARS-Cov-2.

6 tips to improve your health while teleworking during the coronavirus outbreak [View Image] Health

6 tips to improve your health while teleworking during the coronavirus outbreak

Ryan Garten conducts research on prolonged sitting and cardiovascular health, and offers steps to avoid developing back and neck problems.

Campus may be closed but VCU Libraries is still working hard to support faculty and students [View Image] Students

Campus may be closed but VCU Libraries is still working hard to support faculty and students

VCU Libraries is ramping up efforts as the university shifts to online learning during the COVID-19 crisis.

Tools, tips and advice as students and faculty transition to online courses [View Image] Faculty and staff

Tools, tips and advice as students and faculty transition to online courses

At VCU and around the world, students and educators are moving to virtual classrooms. Collaboration and asking for help are key, said online education expert Jonathan Becker.

As a child, Adele McClure experienced homelessness. Now she’s working to end it. [View Image] Alumni

As a child, Adele McClure experienced homelessness. Now she’s working to end it.

The VCU grad and director of the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus is raising awareness of housing issues, including evictions, as she works to improve the lives of those most vulnerable.

Amid global crisis, VCU’s Child Development Center remains community focused [View Image] Community

Amid global crisis, VCU’s Child Development Center remains community focused

Staff members are caring for children of VCU Health System employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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