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Growing greens: Student entrepreneur cultivates food business

An interest in health and nutrition led Trenton Jackson to create Lil’ Sprouts Microgreens. Now his business is providing food access during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Two VCU students named Goldwater Scholars

The Goldwater Scholarship is the premier national scholarship for undergraduate science, technology, engineering and math students.

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VCU’s ALT Lab helps the university go virtual

The lab, which develops online and technology-enhanced courses, is helping faculty reshape curriculum for students scattered across the country during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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At the U.S.-Mexico border, a sobering, eye-opening look at immigration

A VCU community service visit to Arizona earlier this semester offered students a chance to move beyond theory and better understand the reality of immigration in the United States.

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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.

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Student headlines

A student business owner speaks to two customers. [View Image]

Growing greens: Student entrepreneur cultivates food business

An interest in health and nutrition led Trenton Jackson to create Lil’ Sprouts Microgreens. Now his business is providing food access during the COVID-19 pandemic.

From left to right: Portraits of Madison Bates and Nana AfiaTwumasi-Ankrah. [View Image]

Two VCU students named Goldwater Scholars

The Goldwater Scholarship is the premier national scholarship for undergraduate science, technology, engineering and math students.

A headphones-wearing person working on a laptop computer. [View Image]

VCU’s ALT Lab helps the university go virtual

The lab, which develops online and technology-enhanced courses, is helping faculty reshape curriculum for students scattered across the country during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Two people in conversation inside of a classroom. [View Image]

At the U.S.-Mexico border, a sobering, eye-opening look at immigration

A VCU community service visit to Arizona earlier this semester offered students a chance to move beyond theory and better understand the reality of immigration in the United States.

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VCU’s health sciences library receives top honor for research advancement

The Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences at VCU has received the 2020 Research Advancement in Health Sciences Librarianship Award from the Medical Library Association.

Artistic drawing of V C U libraries' buildings and offerings. [View Image]

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.

Aerial photo of V C U's medical campus. [View Image]

New funds will support students, researchers and caregivers facing COVID-19 challenges

The funds will support students learning in a dramatically new academic climate and caregivers and researchers at VCU Health.

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‘All I knew was … I had this dream’: A VCU student’s path from inquisitive teen to surgeon

From the time she was 15, when a team of doctors in Iran saved her aunt’s life, Armita Kabirpour has wanted to become a doctor.

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