VCU President Michael Rao, former Virginia Gov. Douglas Wilder, Shaka Smart and other notables answer the question, “What do you wish you knew when you were a college freshman?”
Students and faculty share how they’ve made the most of a summer break with internships, travel abroad and more.
Research at the VCU Rice Rivers Center aims to conserve, preserve and protect the natural world.
VCU received a federal grant of $6.9 million to study the genetics of alcohol abuse and alcoholism — work that may lead to further advancement in treatment, control and prevention.
The VCU Massey Cancer Center is one of 12 institutions in the United States to receive a grant that will foster access to cancer research for minority and medically underserved patients.
Calling the family doctor to come for a house visit because grandma is sick sounds like a thing of the distant past, but patients in the VCU House Calls program continue to receive that kind of care today.
Three moments at various points in Vaughn Garland’s life impacted him so greatly that together they formed the inspiration for his latest project, “Right Here Once: The Soundways of Route 5,” a collection of thought-provoking sound bites from Virginia’s historic Route 5.
VCU School of Pharmacy professor Richard Glennon, Ph.D., has been inducted into the American Chemical Society’s 2014 Division of Medicinal Chemistry Hall of Fame, and he has also received the Philip S. Portoghese Medicinal Chemistry Lectureship Award.
- About 2,000 freshmen arrive Saturday at VCU (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
- Footprints on the James (Community Idea Stations)
- Stories from the Cemeteries (Radio IQ)
- Mannequin in the Mirror (Style Weekly)
- Students salivate for VCU professor (Style Weekly)
- 'Man with Square Feet' and First Ultimate Ram mixes business with passion (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
- Students dig into past at Ferry Farm (Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star)
- 'Electro-Dynamic Drawings' at Henry put Vitiello on local radar (Seattle Times)
Events and announcements
The University Student Commons and Activities presents the annual Student Organization and Volunteer Opportunities (SOVO) Fair at the Siegel Center from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The SOVO Fair is an event where student organizations, VCU departments, vendors and non-profit organizations come together to showcase the various ways that students can get involved on campus and in the community. For more information, contact Kaitlin Griffith at email@example.com.