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The pharmacy professor and his team are pursuing a treatment that has the potential to "improve and save the lives of millions of people.”
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Their work, which celebrates 150 years of history in Jackson Ward, is capturing the neighborhood's pivotal role in the evolution of the Black American experience.
An increase in these services from retailers, restaurants and grocery stores could mean a shift in how we shop.
The assistant professor of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies talks about being a DJ, and how it informs and influences his work in the classroom.
Virginia Commonwealth University will require students taking classes this fall to be vaccinated against COVID-19, university leaders announced Monday.
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Research shows that those with a history of adverse childhood experiences were more likely to bear a heavier burden during the pandemic’s initial surge.
VCU Executive MBA students present a business plan to Gov. Ralph Northam on creating a four-year university on the Eastern Shore.
Virginia Commonwealth University honored a group of its most dedicated alumni June 3 at VCU Alumni’s Alumni Volunteer Service Awards celebration.
As more people become vaccinated and COVID-19 cases decline, the U.S. is inching back toward something resembling normalcy. For many, that reopening will certainly be welcomed but also lead to a great deal of stress and anxiety. VCU psychology professor Michael Southam-Gerow says it’s perfectly normal to experience stress as society opens back up, and he offers a few strategies anyone can use to help manage it.