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Hannah Sahr. [View Image]

Class of 2021: Hannah Sahr is interested in the user experience of space

The interior design student wants to look at how good design can be achieved through an identity, not a trend.

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Class of 2021: Portia Newman cares deeply about leadership, education policy and justice

After a rough start in college, Newman will earn her Ph.D. from VCU this spring. She aspires to promote diversity, community and social justice in education.

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Being here: Videos, photos and virtual tours provide an in-depth look at campus [View Image]

Being here: Videos, photos and virtual tours provide an in-depth look at campus

With virtual Preview Week for accepted students scheduled to take place next week, we’ve gathered various resources to explore VCU’s campus from the comfort of home.

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Students presenting at a Research Weeks undergraduate poster symposium. [View Image]

Research Weeks takes place virtually this year

Web events hosted by departments across VCU begin April 14.

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Cara Harman. [View Image]

Class of 2021: Cara Harman wants to help patients regain their lives

She was inspired to go into occupational therapy after her mother was diagnosed with a brain tumor. “[I] wanted to do something to help families that were affected by tragedies like mine.”

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birds-eye view overtop the Robert E. Lee monument in Richmond. The monument is covered in graffiti [View Image]

Podcast by VCU students on graffiti-covered Confederate monuments a finalist in NPR national contest

The podcast, “When Time Slows Down,” is one of 10 finalists in the NPR Student Podcast Challenge: College Edition. Winners will be featured in segments on “Morning Edition” or “All Things Considered.”

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Student headlines

Hannah Sahr. [View Image]

Class of 2021: Hannah Sahr is interested in the user experience of space

The interior design student wants to look at how good design can be achieved through an identity, not a trend.

Portia Newman [View Image]

Class of 2021: Portia Newman cares deeply about leadership, education policy and justice

After a rough start in college, Newman will earn her Ph.D. from VCU this spring. She aspires to promote diversity, community and social justice in education.

three VCU students wearing masks sit at a table in Monroe Park [View Image]

VCU anticipates higher percentage of in-person classes, continued health and safety measures this fall

Both the Monroe Park and MCV campuses will be fully operational, though capacity in most buildings may still need to be reduced, university leaders say.

Being here: Videos, photos and virtual tours provide an in-depth look at campus [View Image]

Being here: Videos, photos and virtual tours provide an in-depth look at campus

With virtual Preview Week for accepted students scheduled to take place next week, we’ve gathered various resources to explore VCU’s campus from the comfort of home.

Students presenting at a Research Weeks undergraduate poster symposium. [View Image]

Research Weeks takes place virtually this year

Web events hosted by departments across VCU begin April 14.

Cara Harman. [View Image]

Class of 2021: Cara Harman wants to help patients regain their lives

She was inspired to go into occupational therapy after her mother was diagnosed with a brain tumor. “[I] wanted to do something to help families that were affected by tragedies like mine.”

VCU student Kevin Armas Rodas in conversation with a young mother holding a baby. [View Image]

Helping the Hispanic community in the midst of the pandemic

Students in the VCU service-learning course Hispanic Immigrants in the U.S. are continuing to make a difference.

Bernard Means with a 3D-printed ground sloth skull inside of a laboratory. [View Image]

Ice age mammals, beating cancer, and other topics to check out at TEDxVCU this year

The annual event will feature presentations that will inspire you — and one that might send you on a mission to find a mastodon fossil.

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