Faculty and staff

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VCU part of $111M cybersecurity manufacturing partnership

The five-year agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy and a consortium of 59 member institutions is being led by the University of Texas at San Antonio.

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In “Death and Rebirth in a Southern City," VCU's Ryan Smith explores more than 300 years of burial grounds in Richmond. (Image from “Death and Rebirth in a Southern City") [View Image]

‘Death and Rebirth’: VCU history professor’s new book reveals the history of Richmond’s cemeteries

“Cemeteries participate in the rawest political drives… . They teach us about power and resistance as much as about spiritual beliefs.”

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What to watch for on Election Day

VCU experts say early voting, voter turnout and the role of the suburbs could be key in this year’s elections.

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VCU engineering pioneer appointed director general of the World Nuclear Association

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.

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60 years and counting into his VCU career, Jimmy Pollock knows the university as well as anyone

Pollock, one of the longest current serving employees at VCU, started working for the university in August 1960 as an electrical helper at the Medical College of Virginia.

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Faculty and staff headlines

Stan Pauley at the 2018 ribbon cutting for a new cardiac imaging suite at VCU Health. [View Image]

In memoriam: Stan Pauley, philanthropist and namesake of the VCU Health Pauley Heart Center

The longtime university benefactor also helped lay the foundation for the VCU College of Engineering and supported clinical research at VCU Massey Cancer Center.

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‘It just breaks my heart’: VCU Health workers share what it’s like on the front line

In a series of filmed interviews, health care workers describe the emotional toll of COVID-19 and provide an intimate look at what it means to walk in their shoes.

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Doctor’s orders: Diet, exercise and a push in the right direction can reduce cardiovascular disease risk

Data shows that clinicians helping patients eat right and exercise has an even greater benefit for those at risk.

A new book co-edited by a VCU professor aims to help teachers better handle difficult moments as they teach about social justice and diversity. (Getty Images) [View Image]

Teaching about social justice can lead to tense moments. A new book helps educators navigate them.

The book, co-edited by a VCU professor, aims to help teachers better handle challenging topics. “We are going to make mistakes” in being effective allies, Kim Case said. “But we must take the leap.”

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Feeling grateful

Students, faculty and staff say thanks to those who helped them get through a challenging and unusual semester.

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Make It Real Campaign for VCU raises $841.6 million

Virginia Commonwealth University’s Make It Real Campaign for VCU raised $841,606,604, more than 112% of its $750 million goal, the university announced Thursday.

Stylized image of a cyber setting. [View Image]

VCU part of $111M cybersecurity manufacturing partnership

The five-year agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy and a consortium of 59 member institutions is being led by the University of Texas at San Antonio.

In “Death and Rebirth in a Southern City," VCU's Ryan Smith explores more than 300 years of burial grounds in Richmond. (Image from “Death and Rebirth in a Southern City") [View Image]

‘Death and Rebirth’: VCU history professor’s new book reveals the history of Richmond’s cemeteries

“Cemeteries participate in the rawest political drives… . They teach us about power and resistance as much as about spiritual beliefs.”

View more »