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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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The book “shows a different side of the American Revolution,” said author Maggie Colangelo. “The more I learned about it, the more interesting and ridiculous the story became.”
Mamma Mia is a self-guided program and, if proven effective, may be a low-cost, sustainable option to help prevent or cope with depressive symptoms.
Current day policies are designed to systemically suppress African American voter participation in U.S. elections, said Anderson, whose book “One Person, No Vote,” is VCU’s 2020 Common Book.
When social distancing makes a full house impossible, how does a theater production forge on? It takes a cue from business meetings and virtual happy hours, and goes online.
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New survey also shows that earnings have increased relative to the spring.
At the Student Financial Management Center, counselors provide students with information and guidance. It's like having an academic adviser for your finances.
Sama Bilbao y León helped make VCU’s nuclear engineering program the most comprehensive in the state. Now she will head one of the nuclear industry’s largest international organizations.
The associate vice provost for community engagement has been honored for her leadership by the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities.
As flu season approaches, the threat of COVID-19 becomes more complex. Public health experts have been warning of a “twindemic” — a severe flu season combined with an increase in COVID-19 cases. While the effect that flu season will have on the pandemic is unknown, health officials are encouraging people to take several steps to stay healthy, including getting a flu shot.