A series of brief virtual events designed for the VCU Libraries community, highlighting timely subjects, celebrating achievements, practicing creativity and more.
Prior registration is required.
Please contact the VCU Libraries Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
The Workshop hosts virtual hands-on demonstrations of tools and software available at home to help you be productive and creative on academic and personal projects.
Historian Marcia Chatelain, Ph.D., discusses her book Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America (Liveright, 2020). The talk will be followed by a Q&A.
This interactive workshop series is aimed at faculty and staff wanting to learn about teaching with technology by making things, making mistakes and making it up as we go along.
Sampson Davis, MD, ER physician and New York Times best-selling author of Living and Dying in Brick City: Stores from the Front Lines of an Inner-City E.R., speaks about his experiences, his advocacy of preventative medicine and his promotion of healthier communities throughout the nation.
Journalist Peter Beinart discusses his book The Crisis of Zionism (Picador, 2013). The talk will be followed by a Q&A.
Charles Brownell, Ph.D., professor emeritus of art history at VCU, and Louise Brownell, registrar emeritus at the Maryland Historical Society, return to VCU Libraries for an encore lecture on the historic architecture found in the once glittering mansions on West Franklin Street in the heart of VCU’s Monroe Park Campus.
James Branch Cabell Library offers a variety of safe tour options to help students, staff and faculty become acquainted with the building and its services.
Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences offers a safe virtual orientation to help students, staff and faculty become acquainted with the building and its services.
A series of online workshops for graduate students and advanced researchers, designed to help make your research process better, faster and smarter.