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John Englehardt's debut novel tells the aftermath story of a shooting at a fictional southern university. (Courtesy photos) [View Image]

John Englehardt wins the VCU Cabell First Novelist Award for ‘Bloomland’

The author's debut novel tells the aftermath story of a shooting at a fictional southern university.

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Getting the facts about COVID-19 to the African American faith community

Robert Winn, the director of VCU Massey Cancer Center, takes a community-minded approach to health care.

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‘Writing Our Way Out’ podcast explores traps and turning points that can lead to prison in America

VCU English professor David Coogan is hosting a podcast version of the book “Writing Our Way Out: Memoirs from Jail” that he co-wrote with nine former Richmond City Jail inmates.

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‘The value of each other’: VCU students, RVA Street Singers pair music with social justice

Students in Music and Social Justice gain a better understanding of housing instability, and participate in a choir made up of people affected by homelessness.

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VCU Libraries launches VCU Publishing, a digital press for faculty, students and the community

The initiative aims to amplify scholarly and research findings from the VCU community.

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In memoriam: Bill Royall, former vice rector of the VCU Board of Visitors and longtime VCU benefactor

Royall was an integral part of VCU for half a century, serving as a mentor to students, donating millions of dollars, and helping advance scientific research.

John Englehardt's debut novel tells the aftermath story of a shooting at a fictional southern university. (Courtesy photos) [View Image]

John Englehardt wins the VCU Cabell First Novelist Award for ‘Bloomland’

The author's debut novel tells the aftermath story of a shooting at a fictional southern university.

Marithe Baclagon, a CAD/CAM laboratory technician with the digital dentistry lab in VCU's School of Dentistry, drafts and mills a prosthetic. [View Image]

Improving care through digital dentistry

A VCU lab’s 3D designs for custom crowns and veneers reduces costs for patients and provides hands-on learning for students.

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In letter to VCU community, university leaders announce shift in public safety model

"Through a series of targeted reforms and community involvement, VCU will forge a new transdisciplinary model for campus safety and wellness with the goal of addressing and promoting health equity."

Robert Winn standing in a building on the MCV campus [View Image]

Getting the facts about COVID-19 to the African American faith community

Robert Winn, the director of VCU Massey Cancer Center, takes a community-minded approach to health care.

A drawing of a crowd of people wearing masks. [View Image]

‘A pandemic within a pandemic’: COVID-19, protests shine a spotlight on inequity

There is a clear picture of injustice, Virginia health and policy leaders say. “We are certainly in this storm together, but we are not in the same boats.”

A group of people recording a podcast. [View Image]

‘Writing Our Way Out’ podcast explores traps and turning points that can lead to prison in America

VCU English professor David Coogan is hosting a podcast version of the book “Writing Our Way Out: Memoirs from Jail” that he co-wrote with 10 former Richmond City Jail inmates.

A choir and band performs on a stage. [View Image]

‘The value of each other’: VCU students, RVA Street Singers pair music with social justice

Students in Music and Social Justice gain a better understanding of housing instability, and participate in a choir made up of people affected by homelessness.

View more »