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Gallery developers, pushed to go online by the COVID-19 pandemic, say the web rendition of The Anderson will put VCU on the map for virtual galleries.
Wills, a College of Health Professions student, touched at least half of all COVID-19 tests that came through a VCU Health diagnostics lab during the spring and summer.
Though COVID-19 has upended job hunting, some tried-and-true methods (networking, being flexible and being persistent) still work.
The Virginia Commonwealth University Board of Visitors will hold an electronic meeting Dec. 11 at 8 a.m.
In 2019, 67 women graduated from VCU with bachelor’s degrees in chemistry, fifth-most in the nation.
The university has a long history of hands-on learning, and a new digital resource will help students identify new opportunities and showcase their skills and achievements outside the classroom.
After his grandmother died of cancer, Randy Vince Jr. decided to pursue medicine to address the health care inequalities that exist for African Americans.
Last March, as he lay in a hospital bed at VCU Medical Center, Billy Brooks thought COVID-19 would kill him. That didn’t happen, in part due to an experimental treatment that saved his life, and now gives hope to others.
Online continuing education course offerings will develop learners’ understanding of topics to develop a community of learning.
The VCU epidemiology graduate and emergency medical services provider conducts research on addiction and substance abuse.
After medical issues ended her country music career, Highlander, a VCU nursing student, decided to use her personal experiences to help others.
The longtime university benefactor also helped lay the foundation for the VCU College of Engineering and supported clinical research at VCU Massey Cancer Center.
The project is part of the university’s commitment to provide a fair, open and empowering environment for students, faculty and staff.
The Virginia Commonwealth University Board of Visitors Strategic Task Force will hold an electronic meeting Dec. 1 at 3 p.m.
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.
Taking chances paid off for the theater performance major, who will graduate from the School of the Arts with a strong list of credits in live theater and acting for the screen.
Data shows that clinicians helping patients eat right and exercise has an even greater benefit for those at risk.
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.”
The trial — called ACTIV-1 — will enroll VCU Health volunteers to test three “immune modulator” drugs on people hospitalized with COVID-19. The drugs target the dangerous inflammation doctors have seen in COVID-19 patients called the “cytokine storm."
The VCU student-athlete’s involvement at the Virginia Department of Health and on a study-abroad trip to Jamaica provided “an eye-opening experience to public health,” and a possible future career.
Students, faculty and staff say thanks to those who helped them get through a challenging and unusual semester.
Current rate is still far below the employment rate from February, just prior to the pandemic.
The Dec. 12 celebration will honor the achievements of VCU’s August and December graduates and provide an interactive online experience for family and friends.
“It gave us a way to connect with other people in a time when no one is meeting,” said one student of the group’s conversations with Henrico retirees.
The occupational therapist and gerontology student has lived through several jarring life events — and on three continents — while taking classes at VCU.
The VCU psychology major is interning with Pan Peru USA and helping Peruvian women sell their alpaca products to U.S. markets.
Recognizing the importance of having people believe in you and invest in your future success, Tamesha Morris set up a scholarship to aid students following in her footsteps.
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.
The ambassadors, part of the university’s transition to a more equitable public safety model, provide assistance when people need help but don't need to contact law enforcement.
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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