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Today

Join Jennifer Early, Ph.D., project manager at VCU Health and a member of the Family Representative Council for the East Marshall Street Well Project, for a virtual presentation recounting the history of human remains found in the East Marshall Street Well on the VCU Medical Center Campus. Early will explore the practice of 19th-century grave robbing for the purposes of procuring cadavers for medical study and how this practice was only one contributor to institutional racism in health care. Register at the following URL. For more information, contact Roy Roach III at rfroach@vcu.edu or visit https://rampages.us/historyandhealth/event-calendar/.

This week

Join faculty and staff from the VCU School of Nursing and VCU da Vinci Center for Innovation to learn about a new graduate certificate program that will make it simpler for those with an interest in innovation to develop products and solutions to challenges facing the health care industry. Register at the following URL. For more information, contact Lloyd Young at youngel3@vcu.edu or visit https://connect.business.vcu.edu/register/may-hc.

Kimberly Salkey, M.D., VCU Health Dermatology, will discuss skin cancer and provide tips on staying safe in the sun. The online session will be hosted by the Massey Cancer Center and the VCU Medical Center Health and Wellness Library. The program is free and open to all, but space is limited. Registration is required. Register at the following URL. For more information, contact Dana Ladd at dlladd@vcu.edu or (804) 828-2432 or visit https://vcu.libcal.com/event/7751517.

To a great extent, the struggle to reclaim Richmond's Black history and that of slavery's role in the city's early growth has also been about changing the priorities for civic planning and development. In this session, Ana Edwards, chair of the Sacred Ground Historical Reclamation Project, will lead a discussion on efforts to acknowledge the history of Black life in Richmond. The event will be sponsored by VCU Libraries. Questions: https://www.library.vcu.edu/about/events/2020-2021/community-zooms.html. Register at the following URL. For more information, contact Gregory Kimbrell at kimbrellgg@vcu.edu or (804) 393-2951 or visit https://forms.gle/TXzhscpUMtqdwnxh9.

Coming up

VCU's L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs will hold an online informational session for students interested in pursuing a Wilder master's degree through the VCU Baccalaureate Graduate Master's Opportunity. An overview of the opportunity's requirements and benefits and the school's graduate programs will be presented. Register at the following URL. For more information, contact Ross Losapio at wsrecruit@vcu.edu or (804) 827-0364 or visit http://bit.ly/WilderBGMO.

VCU Environmental Health and Safety will hold online training for those who handle dangerous goods. Register for the class through BioRaft for Zoom information or at the following URL. For more information, contact Barbara Back at bjback@vcu.edu or (804) 241-0197 or visit https://vcu.bioraft.com/node/1862537/sessions.

Notices

Everyone Together on One Google Domain

Beginning May 17, all students, faculty and staff will collaborate together in one Google Workspace domain. Students involved have been directly notified of action needed. For more information, contact Doctor Gee at drgee@vcu.edu or visit https://go.vcu.edu/domainmerge.

Now Accepting Applications: 2022 Leadership Programs

Applications are now available for the 2022 cohorts of the VCU Leadership, HIGHER Ground and Minority Political Leadership Institute programs in the VCU Grace E. Harris Leadership Institute, L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs. For more information, contact Kiara Faulks at faulksks@vcu.edu or visit https://gehli.vcu.edu/.

Adobe Creative Cloud Workshop

The University of Arizona is offering free Adobe Creative Cloud workshops May 18-Aug. 12. This opportunity is only available to an Adobe Creative Campus. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to to take advantage of the available events. Questions: http://adobe.vcu.edu. Register at the following URL. For more information, contact Lucy Halunko at lhalunko@vcu.edu or (804) 828-7713 or visit https://adobe.arizona.edu/learn/events.

VCU Human Research Protection Program Offers New Consultation Program

Designing a human research project and have questions? The VCU Institutional Review Board can help you get it right the first time. Schedule a consultation to receive on-on-one IRB assistance while preparing your IRB submission. Schedule consultations through the HRPP’s home page at the following URL. For more information, contact Nyssa Towsley at irbeducation@vcu.edu or (804) 827-1157 or visit http://bit.ly/VCUHRPP.

Come Play In The Band: University Band APPM357

University Band (APPM 357) is open to all VCU students. The band is very inclusive and all ability levels are welcome. If you have played in a band in the past, this is the place for you. The University Band meets each Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3-3:50 p.m. and performs one concert each semester. Sign up for this class by registering for APPM 357. For more information, contact Duane Coston at costonpd@vcu.edu or (804) 249-7974.

Clinical Trials Day To Be Observed

Clinical Trials Day, celebrated annually on May 20, recognizes and applauds the people who conduct clinical trials and thanks them for what they do every day to improve public health. Join VCU Health, VCU Massey Cancer Center, the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation and VCU's C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research to celebrate Clinical Trials Day 2021. For more information, contact Emily Komornik at komornikea@vcu.edu or visit https://www.vcuhealth.org/news/2021-clinical-trials-day-is-may-20.

Virtual Reality Gaming for Back Pain

Are you currently experiencing low back pain, between the ages of 18-60 years old and interested in the possibility of nine weeks of nonsurgical experimental treatment? If you answered yes to all three you may qualify for our research. What? New, innovative and fun virtual reality games are designed to help people with chronic back pain move and feel better. Where? All appointments, testing and treatments are conducted at VCU. When? Participation in the study involves 24 one-hour appointments scheduled over a 57-week period. Who? The VIGOR Study team consists of professionals in the field who have been selectively chosen and extensively trained. Interested? Contact VCU's Motor Control Lab at the following URL. You may be compensated for your time. Questions: http://www.movr.vcu.edu. For more information, contact Tiffany Amos at mcl@vcu.edu or (804) 628-2902 or visit https://redcap.vcu.edu/surveys/?s=DHT7NDE3J9.

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