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The Trump administration on Friday announced that it was banning the Chinese-owned TikTok from U.S. mobile app stores and was forbidding companies from hosting the short-form mobile video platform in the U.S.
At a virtual forum, the VCU alumnus shares his thoughts on adapting during COVID-19, the summer protests, and his personal journey in journalism.
Board also approves resolutions to commemorate a former arts dean and rename the African American studies academic building.
“The main idea is to convince our peers of their own importance in every election if they want to see the change that they talk about all year round.”
Wilder’s historic campaign drew the attention of the world and “contributed to the demographic diversity that has transformed Virginia.”
The poll also found anxiety over a future COVID-19 vaccine, with four-in-ten Virginians saying they are not likely to get one.
Histology professor John Bigbee is among four educators nationwide receiving this year’s Alpha Omega Alpha Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teacher Award.
As she steps into her new role at VCU, Higginbotham discusses her research, her path to academia, Disney, and how she challenges students to seek out unasked questions.
A new report on remote work during the pandemic also documents a striking diversity in who works from home and what industries have experienced larger employment losses.
“The Major Metaphors of Evolution: Darwinism Then and Now,” aims to address some of mankind’s most urgent problems by bringing back some of the complexity in Charles Darwin’s original arguments.
The statewide poll also provides insights into Virginians’ opinions on Joe Biden's selection of Kamala Harris as his running mate.
Ryan Green’s design, one of four runners-up out of 3,000 submissions, focused on three themes: “resiliency, hospitality and unity — all three of which, I think, Mississippi really embodies.”
VCU’s Said Sebti and colleagues are working to further develop the drug, which targets tumors driven by a cancer-causing protein.
Around the university, statues, plaques and building names that honor former Confederates have been part of the campus landscape. They could soon become a thing of the past.
VCU researchers have been awarded a $3 million grant to study the risk factors and consequences of drinking in one’s 30s and 40s.
In “Railroaded,” author Dale Brumfield describes the sham trials, corruption and biased news coverage that marked Virginia’s electric chair executions from 1908-1920.
Spanning different fields of study and expertise, the honorees say collaboration and making connections with students are the keys to success.
Louie Correa wanted to help local kids celebrate their birthdays during the pandemic. His weekly neighborhood parade is offering important lessons in kindness and gratitude during a chaotic time.
VCU, Virginia Tech, the University of Virginia and George Mason University are Virginia’s only schools to receive the designation from the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security.
Margaret Roberson answers questions about protocols at Student Health Services, what students should do if they start to experience symptoms and how to stay safe as we move into the fall.
The Loan Repayment Programs help repay debt in return for a commitment to engage in research that is relevant to the National Institutes of Health.
The contract is the largest in the history of the VCU School of Education, and will help promote the employment and economic self-sufficiency of Social Security disability beneficiaries.
Scrub typhus can have a fatality rate as high as 70%. But thanks to Jason Carlyon, more is known about the cause of the disease than ever before.
The annual event recognizing distinguished faculty will take place Sept. 10 and will be livestreamed.
All but one of the Confederate statues have been removed from Richmond’s famous boulevard. Four VCU experts provide their thoughts on where we go from here.
From new programs and leadership to a shifted semester and COVID-19 precautions, there’s plenty of changes that mark this unique academic year.
A project led by researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University experimentally simulated an insect outbreak across nearly 50 acres of forest with a goal of understanding how different levels of disturbance — such as from invasive insects — affect the capacity of forests to sequester carbon.
Prior to the pandemic, psychologists reported performing 7.07% of their clinical work with telepsychology. During the pandemic, that number has soared to 85.53%.
The global display system, on long-term loan from NASA, adds an element of awe to VCU’s Trani Center for Life Sciences.
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