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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.
VCU and other public universities examine innovative approaches to financial aid, structural inequities and removing barriers to higher education.
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.
Six students share their hands-on learning experiences at VCU and what they got out of them.
For the past 20 years, Miller, an associate professor in the VCU Department of Forensic Science in the College of Humanities and Sciences, has been a driving force in legitimizing scientific analysis as a sub-discipline of crime scene investigation.
Virginia Commonwealth University honored a group of its most dedicated alumni June 3 at VCU Alumni’s Alumni Volunteer Service Awards celebration.
Virginia Commonwealth University will require students taking classes this fall to be vaccinated against COVID-19, university leaders announced Monday.
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.
The Virginia Commonwealth University Board of Visitors will hold an in-person and electronic meeting on June 14, beginning at 3 p.m.
A leader at VCU for nearly 30 years, Barker spent his life serving others in education, health care and the military, bringing people together to improve the lives of students and patients.
David Cifu’s work in the field includes leading two federally funded projects to address the long-term effects of mild traumatic brain injury in military service personnel and veterans.
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.
Approximately 1,300 professionals from around the country are participating in the “Disability Services in the Age of COVID-19” conference this week co-hosted by VCU and the University of Connecticut.
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.
Marius Valdes created five wall-size murals at the Medical University of South Carolina. The artist and professor said mentors at the VCU School of Arts have inspired him throughout his career.
Mariam Alkazemi’s “Arab Worlds Beyond the Middle East and North Africa,” celebrates the achievements and acknowledges the challenges of new communities built by the Arab diaspora around the world.
Ervin “EJ” Taylor will help manage the department’s day-to-day operations and 24/7 patrol operations for the Monroe Park and MCV campuses.
The award, from the Institute of Education Sciences, will fund a four-year project co-led by researchers from VCU and the University of Minnesota.
Virginia Commonwealth University has earned the honor of Diversity Champion from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.
Compiling and analyzing state data plays a major role in testing and the vaccination process.
The ACE-IT in College graduate gained confidence and refined his career goal through VCU classes and several jobs and internships.
The longtime university benefactor was the namesake — along with her husband, Stan — of VCU Health Pauley Heart Center and also helped lay the foundation for the VCU College of Engineering.
Eleven experiential learning projects from a diverse range of VCU schools and colleges have been awarded funding through the 2021 REAL Grants initiative.
16-story “Wonder Tower” will connect children's inpatient and outpatient services on one city block.
The award-winning speechwriter, who died this week at 43, is remembered for his professional excellence and “unmatchable character and kindness.”
Why did the rules change so suddenly? Is the change really a good idea? And what about all the exceptions? VCU Health infectious disease expert Michael Stevens weighs in on the new federal guidance.
New guidance from the CDC leads to some exemptions from public health measures for fully vaccinated VCU students and employees.
He built his first lab at VCU with his own hands and taught thousands of students at the university. And his research broke ground in the understanding of antipsychotic and antidepressant drugs.
A VCU student group, pharmacists for Digital Health, has earned national recognition for increasing access to medical technologies for low-income patients.
Inge’s contributions of comics, art, memorabilia and letters were instrumental in the creation of VCU Libraries’ Comic Arts Collection.
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