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The website offers nonpartisan information about the Nov. 3 election for VCU voters and the general public.
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Board also approves resolutions to commemorate a former arts dean and rename the African American studies academic building.
“The main idea is to convince our peers of their own importance in every election if they want to see the change that they talk about all year round.”
Histology professor John Bigbee is among four educators nationwide receiving this year’s Alpha Omega Alpha Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teacher Award.
A new report on remote work during the pandemic also documents a striking diversity in who works from home and what industries have experienced larger employment losses.
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The increase of 123% occurred during a time when VCU Medical Center was experiencing a lower-than-average number of overall visits.
Taking a few minutes a day to see how you feel is one of several measures we all can take to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Wilder’s historic campaign drew the attention of the world and “contributed to the demographic diversity that has transformed Virginia.”
At a virtual forum, the VCU alumnus shares his thoughts on adapting during COVID-19, the summer protests, and his personal journey in journalism.
The Trump administration on Friday announced that it was banning the Chinese-owned TikTok from U.S. mobile app stores and was forbidding companies from hosting the short-form mobile video platform in the U.S. Marcus Messner, Ph.D., director of the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture and an expert in the influence and adoption of social media, explained what Friday’s announcement decision will mean for the future of TikTok and social media.