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The assistant professor of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies talks about being a DJ, and how it informs and influences his work in the classroom.
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Virginia Commonwealth University will require students taking classes this fall to be vaccinated against COVID-19, university leaders announced Monday.
Miller, an associate professor in the VCU Department of Forensic Science, has been a driving force in legitimizing scientific analysis as a sub-discipline of crime scene investigation.
From slow streets to parklets, quick retrofits of public (and sometimes private) space rapidly expanded in response to COVID-19. While some changes are temporary, others could become permanent.
Doctoral student Kayla Mathes studies forest ecology and is raising awareness of climate change ahead of Virginia's 2021 elections through her work with the Virginia League of Conservation Voters.
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Research shows that those with a history of adverse childhood experiences were more likely to bear a heavier burden during the pandemic’s initial surge.
Six students share their hands-on learning experiences at VCU and what they got out of them.
Virginia Commonwealth University honored a group of its most dedicated alumni June 3 at VCU Alumni’s Alumni Volunteer Service Awards celebration.
VCU’s Global Education Office and School of Education will work with Universidad El Bosque in Bogotá, Colombia, to bolster STEM education for Colombian and U.S. students.
As more people become vaccinated and COVID-19 cases decline, the U.S. is inching back toward something resembling normalcy. For many, that reopening will certainly be welcomed but also lead to a great deal of stress and anxiety. VCU psychology professor Michael Southam-Gerow says it’s perfectly normal to experience stress as society opens back up, and he offers a few strategies anyone can use to help manage it.