Alumni

A person wearing a mask and face shield with a V C U sweatshirt performs dental work on a training tool. [View Image]

VCU business grad steps in to develop modified face shields for dental students

The face shields, created by Larkin Garbee and her team at Good Work Society, helped the School of Dentistry reopen safely this summer.

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VCU grads organize to help in Beirut relief efforts

2,200 pounds of supplies are being distributed in the city, which was devastated by an explosion in August.

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Johannes Barfield. [View Image]

Multimedia artist among those selected for VCU Alumni 10 Under 10 award

Johannes Barfield and the other alumni honorees will be honored in a virtual ceremony Oct. 15.

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Alumnus’ VCU journey leads to new corporation — and a chance to fix America’s drug shortage problem

For entrepreneur Eric Edwards, the strong connections he built at VCU have led to ongoing partnerships, including a new one between his company, Phlow Corp., and the Medicines for All Institute.

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Mallory Perryman, top left, and Aaron Gilchrist during a virtual forum Sept. 17 hosted by VCU's Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture. [View Image]

Amid the pandemic, journalism grad Aaron Gilchrist continues to deliver the news

At a virtual forum, the VCU alumnus shares his thoughts on adapting during COVID-19, the summer protests, and his personal journey in journalism.

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Inspired by his grandfather, a VCU grad’s design nearly becomes the new Mississippi state flag

Ryan Green’s design, one of four runners-up out of 3,000 submissions, focused on three themes: “resiliency, hospitality and unity — all three of which, I think, Mississippi really embodies.”

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Alumni headlines

A person wearing a mask and face shield with a V C U sweatshirt performs dental work on a training tool. [View Image]

VCU business grad steps in to develop modified face shields for dental students

The face shields, created by Larkin Garbee and her team at Good Work Society, helped the School of Dentistry reopen safely this summer.

Three people standing on an outdoor staircase. [View Image]

VCU grads organize to help in Beirut relief efforts

2,200 pounds of supplies are being distributed in the city, which was devastated by an explosion in August.

Johannes Barfield. [View Image]

Multimedia artist among those selected for VCU Alumni 10 Under 10 award

Johannes Barfield and the other alumni honorees will be honored in a virtual ceremony Oct. 15.

Eric Edwards seated at a table. [View Image]

Alumnus’ VCU journey leads to new corporation — and a chance to fix America’s drug shortage problem

For entrepreneur Eric Edwards, the strong connections he built at VCU have led to ongoing partnerships, including a new one between his company, Phlow Corp., and the Medicines for All Institute.

Mallory Perryman, top left, and Aaron Gilchrist during a virtual forum Sept. 17 hosted by VCU's Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture. [View Image]

Amid the pandemic, journalism grad Aaron Gilchrist continues to deliver the news

At a virtual forum, the VCU alumnus shares his thoughts on adapting during COVID-19, the summer protests, and his personal journey in journalism.

A flag with a ring of 21 stars and the words “In God we trust.” To the left is the line of the Mississippi River’s western border. In the center is a magnolia blossom. [View Image]

Inspired by his grandfather, a VCU grad’s design nearly becomes the new Mississippi state flag

Ryan Green’s design, one of four runners-up out of 3,000 submissions, focused on three themes: “resiliency, hospitality and unity — all three of which, I think, Mississippi really embodies.”

photo of Dale Brumfield and a photo of the cover of his new book called Railroaded. [View Image]

‘Legal lynching’: A VCU alumnus’ book tells the forgotten stories of the first 100 people sent to the electric chair in Virginia

In “Railroaded,” author Dale Brumfield describes the sham trials, corruption and biased news coverage that marked Virginia’s electric chair executions from 1908-1920.

Jason Carlyon pictured inside of a laboratory. [View Image]

A VCU researcher’s work is shedding light on a deadly disease

Scrub typhus can have a fatality rate as high as 70%. But thanks to Jason Carlyon, more is known about the cause of the disease than ever before.

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