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As colleges and universities nationwide prepare for the fall semester — in person, online and in a hybrid of both — VCU experts detail ways to maximize safety.
VCU projects support those facing drug and alcohol abuse, intimate partner violence and cancer in remote areas.
The projects include a VR intervention for treating youth at risk of substance use and violence, and ultra-miniaturized antennas.
Throughout the spring and summer, VCU Facilities Management has been assembling, procuring and distributing personal protective equipment kits.
Fogarty fellowship allowed Helen Noble to conduct research, help doctors in Peru gain access to the latest medical studies.
The pilot is part of a larger university goal of creating a talent pipeline that addresses high-demand workforce needs and retains talent within Virginia.
A partnership with VCU has allowed the Pamunkey Regional Library system to offer “great literacy experiences to our community” during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Every measure taken is done with one goal in mind: preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
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.
VCU health sciences students are volunteering with the Virginia Department of Health’s Medical Reserve Corps.
LeGrande has served as vice provost for strategic enrollment management at VCU since 2018.
Syeda Fatima came to the United States from Pakistan in late 2016 and enrolled at Northern Virginia Community College before transferring to Virginia Commonwealth University. Now Fatima has been named the recipient of a prestigious scholarship from the National Institutes of Health.
With fewer than 100 days to the general election between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, Paarlberg said much is at stake when it comes to U.S.-Latin America relations.
Virginia Commonwealth University rising senior Matt Tessema has been selected to participate in the Fulbright UK Summer Institutes.
National leader in injury control, emergency medicine to assume duties in October.
The research team found that two individuals exposed to the same stress as adults can react differently if one had experienced early life trauma.
Real-Time Population Survey provides policymakers with current market data, while Labor Department’s most recent report reflects conditions six weeks ago.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone; however, it has affected cancer patients, particularly bone marrow transplant patients, in a unique way.”
For Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist Michael Paul Williams, the idea that the monuments would one day be toppled once seemed implausible.
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.
From vaccine development to building biobanks to study the virus, researchers have been launching projects to address and assess the impact of the novel coronavirus.
The grant from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration will increase the impact of the oyster restoration program.
Anirban Mahanty is the third VCU undergraduate in four years to receive the highly competitive NIH Undergraduate Scholarship.
The longtime School of World Studies professor taught a variety of courses in religion and the arts. “The variety and energy of our students made every class session a challenge and an inspiration.”
The awards fund independent research, creative projects, graduate study and English teaching opportunities in more than 140 countries.
The funded work ranges from examining the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on mental health to improving education for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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