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A glance around the university during an unusual time.
The face shields, created by Larkin Garbee and her team at Good Work Society, helped the School of Dentistry reopen safely this summer.
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.”
At the Student Financial Management Center, counselors provide students with information and guidance. It's like having an academic adviser for your finances.
From art installations to podcasts to music, these profiles in audio provide a unique glimpse into a diverse field of study.
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.
New survey also shows that earnings have increased relative to the spring.
The International Association of Chiefs of Police has named VCU Police and its partner organization, Game Changer, winners of the 2020 Michael Shanahan Leadership in Public/Private Cooperation Award.
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.
The associate vice provost for community engagement has been honored for her leadership by the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities.
Oct. 24 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, an event to raise awareness of prescription misuse and abuse and provide a safe way to dispose of unused or expired medications.
Funding rose 8% over the previous year, and has grown by a third over the past decade.
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.
An anonymous $1 million gift to the Virginia Commonwealth University College of Engineering will enrich the experience of international students by providing funds for a range of cultural and educational activities.
VCU’s Christina Tang is testing new ways to spin liquid crystals into fibers that could be used in camouflage clothing or to create cleaning wipes that can detect the presence of bacteria.
2,200 pounds of supplies are being distributed in the city, which was devastated by an explosion in August.
A VCU researcher is working on building a targeted portfolio of in-demand medications that includes antibiotics such as ciprofloxacin.
What motivates VCU students to put on their masks every day?
VCU’s Robert Winn has identified a variation in the “ACE” gene — one that provides “a strong argument” for using blood pressure and heart failure drugs to manage severe symptoms of the coronavirus.
Outside the Institute for Contemporary Art, raised beds, murals, plants and flora have turned a gray parking lot into a field of color.
K. Renee Horton, Ph.D. will deliver remarks at the 14th annual HIGHER Ground Women's Leadership Conference at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Classes will conclude the first week of May, followed by final exams, which will be conducted remotely.
Asymptomatic prevalence testing is quick, easy and free — and it helps our community stay safe.
To find ways to address gun violence, the CDC recently awarded 10 grants that seek to investigate how to prevent firearm-related violence and injuries. Three of the grants have connections to VCU.
Gilliam, the first Black woman reporter at the Post, covered key moments in the civil rights movement, all while being a pioneer for African American women in media.
A report from economists at Virginia Commonwealth University and Arizona State University also shows that some of the earnings losses suffered early in the pandemic were temporary in nature.
The social media platform’s 2019 policy to curb vaccine misinformation has led to an increase in the presence of verified medical sources, but a reduction in content visibility.
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