ONE VCU: RESPONSIBLE TOGETHER - RETURN TO CAMPUS UPDATES AND RESOURCES Read more »

Menu
A person wearing a pair of glasses, a mask and medical scrubs. [View Image]

Students strengthen community’s COVID-19 response with contact tracing, testing site assistance

VCU health sciences students are volunteering with the Virginia Department of Health’s Medical Reserve Corps.

Read more »

Syeda Fatima, a junior biology major, is a recipient of the highly competitive NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program. Photo by Thomas Kojcsich, University Marketing. [View Image]

‘I never imagined to be where I am today’: VCU student selected for prestigious NIH scholarship

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.

Read more »

"Prismatics: Larry Levis & Contemporary American Poetry" compiles extended interviews with 14 prominent contemporary poets. [View Image]

Prominent poets examine state of American poetry, Larry Levis’ legacy in new book

VCU alumna and professor collaborate to share extended interviews from the making of their documentary on Levis’ life and work.

Read more »

Arthur L. Kellermann, M.D. [View Image]

VCU names Arthur L. Kellermann, M.D., senior vice president and CEO, VCU Health System

National leader in injury control, emergency medicine to assume duties in October.

Read more »

overhead image of graffiti on the Robert E. Lee statue on Richmond's Monument Avenue. [View Image]

Reimagined Monument Avenue could ‘reflect on our past and point our way to a more equitable future'

For Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist Michael Paul Williams, the idea that the monuments would one day be toppled once seemed implausible.

Read more »

Recent stories

Approval of both Trump's and Northam's handling of COVID-19 has fallen since April, VCU poll finds [View Image] Research

Approval of both Trump's and Northam's handling of COVID-19 has fallen since April, VCU poll finds

The Wilder School poll also provides additional insight into Virginians’ opinions on mask wearing, racial equity, confederate monuments and a snapshot of the 2020 presidential election in Virginia.

VCU names Arthur L. Kellermann, M.D., senior vice president and CEO, VCU Health System [View Image] Health

VCU names Arthur L. Kellermann, M.D., senior vice president and CEO, VCU Health System

National leader in injury control, emergency medicine to assume duties in October.

Changes to campus are afoot to protect against COVID-19 — here’s what to expect [View Image] Students

Changes to campus are afoot to protect against COVID-19 — here’s what to expect

Every measure taken is done with one goal in mind: preventing the spread of the coronavirus.

VCU names Tomikia LeGrande as vice president for strategy, enrollment management and student success [View Image] Faculty and staff

VCU names Tomikia LeGrande as vice president for strategy, enrollment management and student success

LeGrande has served as vice provost for strategic enrollment management at VCU since 2018.

Helping people get their groceries during a pandemic [View Image] Alumni

Helping people get their groceries during a pandemic

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.

Ilya Kaminsky wins 23rd annual Levis Reading Prize for ‘Deaf Republic’ [View Image] Community

Ilya Kaminsky wins 23rd annual Levis Reading Prize for ‘Deaf Republic’

The prize is awarded for the best first or second book of poetry published in the previous calendar year and honors the memory of the poet Larry Levis.

Go to topView graphic version