Alumni

VCU School of Medicine alumnus Jeffery Taubenberger. [View Image]

School of Medicine speaker series offers students a sense of connection and a glimpse of the future

“Who We Are,” a series of events featuring VCU medical school graduates, kicked off in February to bolster experiential learning during COVID-19.

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Art and animation: A conversation with Pixar director and VCU grad Valerie LaPointe [View Image]

Art and animation: A conversation with Pixar director and VCU grad Valerie LaPointe

The director of the Disney+ short “Lamp Life” speaks with VCU News about the creativity, humor, endurance and collaboration that goes into creating the characters and worlds we love.

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What would Donna Reed do?

VCU graduate Annie Newton discusses “The Donna Reed Show” and how Reed, a celebrated actress, shaped feminism in the 1950s and 60s.

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Four weeks of havoc: Part 3, The game of the year [View Image]

Four weeks of havoc: Part 3, The game of the year

Florida State was bigger and more athletic, with the nation’s top defense. VCU was on an auspicious roll. When they met in the Sweet 16, they staged one of the great games of the 2011 NCAA tournament.

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Four weeks of havoc: Part 2, Bracket busters [View Image]

Four weeks of havoc: Part 2, Bracket busters

Top college basketball analysts expected VCU to do very little when it was awarded one of the last at-large bids to the 2011 NCAA tournament. By the end of the opening weekend, all that had changed.

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Alumni headlines

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Graduate School offerings help make it easier and more affordable to obtain an advanced degree

Recent VCU graduates, including spring and summer 2021 grads, can elevate their resumes by enrolling in over 50 master’s programs through the VCU Baccalaureate Graduate Masters initiative.

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Philanthropy Week highlights the impact of private giving at VCU

Students are invited to participate in socially distanced activities April 26-30 that show how private philanthropy has enriched their VCU experience.

VCU School of Medicine alumnus Jeffery Taubenberger. [View Image]

School of Medicine speaker series offers students a sense of connection and a glimpse of the future

“Who We Are,” a series of events featuring VCU medical school graduates, kicked off in February to bolster experiential learning during COVID-19.

From left: Shubhro Pal, Nathan Pal and Nympha Dalgado. [View Image]

A VCU family of vaccinators

A pharmacy and business dual-degree student and his parents — both VCU alums — help administer COVID-19 vaccinations to the public.

Four weeks of havoc: Epilogue, A run for the ages [View Image]

Four weeks of havoc: Epilogue, A run for the ages

In the final installment of our series on VCU's miracle run to the 2011 Final Four, the Rams reflect on what they accomplished — and what they created.

Four weeks of havoc: Part 5, Houston [View Image]

Four weeks of havoc: Part 5, Houston

In the penultimate episode of our series marking the 10th anniversary of VCU’s run to the 2011 Final Four, the Rams face the Butler Bulldogs with the world watching.

Art and animation: A conversation with Pixar director and VCU grad Valerie LaPointe [View Image]

Art and animation: A conversation with Pixar director and VCU grad Valerie LaPointe

The director of the Disney+ short “Lamp Life” speaks with VCU News about the creativity, humor, endurance and collaboration that goes into creating the characters and worlds we love.

Four weeks of havoc: Part 4, Goliath [View Image]

Four weeks of havoc: Part 4, Goliath

In the latest episode of our series on VCU's run to the 2011 Final Four, the Rams face the powerful Kansas Jayhawks. Their improbable victory is one for the history books.

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