“We hope that it increases awareness and understanding around the contributions of black people,” said Kim Green, assistant director of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs.
In his annual address, Rao outlined his vision for VCU’s future in a challenging national landscape, and revealed the launch of a new student innovation storefront.
Combined awards for sponsored research programs totaled $310,216,377, representing a jump of 14.6% from VCU’s $271 million in funding from the previous fiscal year.
Ling Ma's book, “Severance,” tells the survival story of an isolated young woman in New York City who is the last person to abandon her office job after an infectious disease originating in China sweeps across the globe.
Students share the importance of being involved while on campus and staying involved after graduation The legacies we leave tell the stories of the lives we touch. Through their thoughtful commitment to their alma mater and VCU Alumni, thousands of alumni members are creating a meaningful legacy, making a lasting impression on students’ lives. VCU […]
Bringing diversity and inclusion to VCU’s alumni By Anthony Langley “We wanted to create an opportunity to bring together our alumni groups and students,” says Wanda Mitchell, Ed.D., reflecting on Virginia Commonwealth University’s first Diversity and Inclusion Networking Reception, held in April as part of VCU Alumni’s Reunion Weekend. Mitchell, special assistant for university strategic […]