Why academic freedom and inclusive excellence must coexist at VCU
Sept. 17, 2019
Author: Aashir Nasim, Ph.D.
When the principles of academic freedom are applied in the context of our university’s mission, faculty rights and responsibilities become apparent in the free pursuit of knowledge within disciplines and in the transformative potential of this knowledge for urban communities when extended across and beyond disciplines.
Authentic living and holistic mentorship
July 24, 2019
Author: Jena K. Gray
This article profiles Sarah Raskin, Ph.D., a professor with the VCU L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs and a faculty mentor for undergraduate students involved in the iCubed Commonwealth Scholars Program.
VCU will open Queer Research and Advocacy Center this fall
April 26, 2019
Author: Tom Gresham
Article section: News
Virginia Commonwealth University will establish the Queer Research and Advocacy Center, which will be known as the Q Collective.