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The VCU Health doctor will take lessons learned from international research and VCU programs to a fellowship in North Carolina.
Through the eyes of front-line medical worker Alexander Anderson, a forthcoming book by VCU history professor Carolyn Eastman will explore how New York grappled with yellow fever epidemics.
Students are invited to participate in socially distanced activities April 26-30 that show how private philanthropy has enriched their VCU experience.
“Who We Are,” a series of events featuring VCU medical school graduates, kicked off in February to bolster experiential learning during COVID-19.
“Sociology of Contemplative Practices” draws on techniques from across the globe, and helps students calm their minds.
Long fascinated with computers and audio engineering, Trainham was introduced to coding at VCU and will graduate next month with degrees in computer science and mathematical sciences.
The VCU College of Engineering and leaders in economic development and private business have a plan to strengthen the region as an emerging business cluster.
A pharmacy and business dual-degree student and his parents — both VCU alums — help administer COVID-19 vaccinations to the public.
Kahingo, a biology major, is a leadership involvement ambassador in the Division of Student Affairs, a role that connects him with dozens of student organizations and hundreds of peers across campus.
The accelerated programs across the university will save students time and money.
Season features solo exhibitions with new commissions and public programs that include collaboration, creation and mutual learning.
Sotiropoulos has served as dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Stony Brook University for the past five years.
The proclamation recognizes a VCU School of Education program that recruits, trains and supports teachers for four Richmond-area school divisions.
The interior design student wants to look at how good design can be achieved through an identity, not a trend.
The link to the vaccine isn’t definite, and cases are rare, but caution is necessary to ensure patient safety.
The suspension comes after federal health agencies on Tuesday called for an immediate pause in use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
After a rough start in college, Newman will earn her Ph.D. from VCU this spring. She aspires to promote diversity, community and social justice in education.
The study provides important information for smokers who may be trying to use e-cigarettes as a means to cut down on their smoking habit.
Both the Monroe Park and MCV campuses will be fully operational, though capacity in most buildings may still need to be reduced, university leaders say.
With virtual Preview Week for accepted students scheduled to take place next week, we’ve gathered various resources to explore VCU’s campus from the comfort of home.
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.
Web events hosted by departments across VCU begin April 14.
Rescheduled from 2020, the River Management Society’s biennial event will celebrate the recovery and adaptive use of local and statewide rivers, streams and creeks.
Under Grier, who came to VCU in 2010, the business school launched a new strategic plan, the International Consulting Program, the Master of Decision Analytics Professional Track and an online M.B.A.
The longtime Dominion leader served as a member of the VCU Board of Visitors and was a founding trustee of the College of Engineering.
She was inspired to go into occupational therapy after her mother was diagnosed with a brain tumor. “[I] wanted to do something to help families that were affected by tragedies like mine.”
Students in the VCU service-learning course Hispanic Immigrants in the U.S. are continuing to make a difference.
The VCU School of Social Work project aims to address the unique needs of the targeted populations.
The annual event will feature presentations that will inspire you — and one that might send you on a mission to find a mastodon fossil.
The podcast, “When Time Slows Down,” is one of 10 finalists in the NPR Student Podcast Challenge: College Edition. Winners will be featured in segments on “Morning Edition” or “All Things Considered.”
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