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What is it like to go to a health system every day to train as a future surgeon? Ashley Matthew, a first-year urology intern, explains.
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The 2018 book exploring climate change and sea level rise will be read by first-year VCU students and the university community.
The decision is based on several factors, VCU President Michael Rao said, including an examination of COVID-19 positivity rates and a review of isolation space on campus.
Students and instructors at the VCU School of the Arts have changed how they create new productions and reach audiences. Some of those changes are here to stay.
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VCU Massey Cancer Center scientists shared their advances in the fight against cancer and their knowledge about how health disparities intersect with pancreatic, cervical and other cancers.
The visit with scientists, doctors and community leaders focused on community collaboration efforts aimed at health disparities and cutting-edge cancer research.
Steel beams for the building will be delivered next week. The project at the site of the old Franklin Street Gym will expand lab, classroom and office space for the College of Humanities and Sciences.
How do you transform a forensic science lab meant for in-person instruction into a successful virtual experience? With lots of creativity and a heavy dose of technology.
The VCU alumna and chair of the Sacred Ground Historical Reclamation Project, will receive the VCU history department’s highest honor for graduate alumni March 18.
The longtime Richmond dance group, now in its 48th year, traces its beginnings to a small group of VCU students and their dedicated instructor.
In “The Strange Genius of Mr. O: The World of the United States' First Forgotten Celebrity,” VCU history professor Carolyn Eastman tells the story of the meteoric rise and subsequent fall of James Ogilvie, whose oratory performances made him a household name in America’s founding era. Eastman discussed her new book in a wide-ranging interview with VCU News, exploring the intersection of political culture and celebrity at a time when the United States was in the midst of invention.