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Social media groups are allowing people to form strong communities around shared beliefs — even if they aren’t true. To discuss this with loved ones requires a careful approach.
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Among those recognized were Jimmy Pollock, a maintenance reserve inspector who has worked at VCU since 1960.
Medical schools nationally are looking to Woleben’s model to help graduating students find their ideal residency match.
How do you transform a forensic science lab meant for in-person instruction into a successful virtual experience? With lots of creativity and a heavy dose of technology.
The company’s pledge to eliminate gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles by 2035 has “upped the ante” for other manufacturers.
The link to the vaccine isn’t definite, and cases are rare, but caution is necessary to ensure patient safety.
The study provides important information for smokers who may be trying to use e-cigarettes as a means to cut down on their smoking habit.
Rescheduled from 2020, the River Management Society’s biennial event will celebrate the recovery and adaptive use of local and statewide rivers, streams and creeks.
Under Grier, who came to VCU in 2010, the business school launched a new strategic plan, the International Consulting Program, the Master of Decision Analytics Professional Track and an online M.B.A.
The annual event will feature presentations that will inspire you — and one that might send you on a mission to find a mastodon fossil.
Black Americans experienced highest per capita excess death rates, while regional surges contributed to higher excess death rates from COVID-19 and other causes, a VCU-led JAMA study finds.
A new study led by VCU researchers surveyed 788 people. Among its findings: Older people were less likely to support donating vaccines, as were Republicans.
“If we have a relative rate of vaccination that’s aligned with our relative rate of infection and death, that’s a more equitable approach.”
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