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Headaches and memory loss nearly derailed her final years of school. But thanks to her mother, the Department of Political Science and her own perseverance, Jolley will graduate this month.
NBC’s “Today” show will profile the orchestra, known as Music and Medicine, on Sunday, May 9 program.
New VCU Wilder School poll shows more than 60% of parents will support.
A new website, brandcentergrads.com, is a showcase of student work and a way for new graduates to establish connections with potential employers.
“I want something that’s going to make me want to get up in the morning, no matter how exhausted I am, with an energy that says, ‘I gotta go. I gotta go do my work.’ … There’s so much work to do.”
Later this month, he will become the first graduate of VCU’s Graduate Certificate in Health Care Innovation program.
Christina Gordon’s device, the Proxy-Flosser, could ease the daily cleaning routine of those who wear braces. Her invention is one of five that has received funding from VCU’s Commercialization Fund.
Psychology professor Fantasy Lozada received an NSF CAREER award to study emotion regulatory flexibility among African American youth, which helps them to protect against racism.
Providing care to underserved populations — both urban and rural — have solidified in Holston a commitment to giving back.
Recent VCU graduates, including spring and summer 2021 grads, can elevate their resumes by enrolling in over 50 master’s programs through the VCU Baccalaureate Graduate Masters initiative.
At the COVID-19 Patient Education Initiative, nursing students contact COVID-19 patients to prepare them to return home, reducing ‘phone tag’ between VCU Health nurses, social workers and patients.
VCU’s interior design professors and students are responding to COVID-19 through unique assignments and structural adjustments. Their efforts are a window to changes and challenges to the industry.
Students are learning the concept of disruption through the art of Kehinde Wiley at the VMFA as well as the transformation of the Robert E. Lee Memorial to Marcus-David Peters Circle.
In the face of her own personal tragedy and grief, the graduating Master of Public Health student has focused on providing support to family, friends and loved ones of human trafficking survivors.
Josly Pierre-Louis’ parents immigrated to America from Haiti. Their daughter, a VCU grad, is the rising tide for all boats when it comes to her success in chemistry and health research.
Thomas, who taught mass communications at VCU for 30 years, was the first Black faculty member to receive tenure at the university in his field.
The Virginia Commonwealth University Board of Visitors will hold an in-person and electronic meeting on May 7, beginning at 9 a.m.
The Virginia Commonwealth University Board of Visitors will hold an in-person and electronic meeting on May 4.
A grant from Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest collegiate honor society, is helping to fund Hannah Ming’s research.
Safo’s deep dives into computer science and mathematics have led to leadership roles and research opportunities.
VCU Police officers have either mental health first-aid training or crisis intervention training and are learning how to better intervene if colleagues make mistakes or engage in misconduct.
Five from across VCU are honored for their work to promote civility, build community, advocate for equity and nurture a welcoming and inclusive environment.
Conrad and Gunther will be promoted to new positions effective May 1.
The researchers also reveal extensive racial, ethnic and socioeconomic gaps in AP course-taking among Virginia’s high school students.
Nayab Mughal has been involved in three studies, giving her the chance to learn how the pandemic has affected the experiences of both pregnant and hematopoietic stem cell transplant patients.
Osei has been working in a lab that studies why patients with cystic fibrosis have been less likely to acquire COVID-19.
Swenson has lived and worked all over the world. Now she is tackling a second career as a medical laboratory scientist.
A VCU Health infectious diseases expert helps unpack a busy few weeks for federal health agencies.
The graduating VCU School of Business student aspires to blend passions for entrepreneurship and design. Up next: an art director internship with the Minneapolis advertising agency Periscope.
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