March 10, 2022
Studies at VCU helped lay the foundation for the work Kelly Nguyen hopes to do with the U.S. foreign service.
Feb. 9, 2022
In upcoming talk, VCU professor will detail when an estimated 10,000 people journeyed south to escape slavery.
Meet the 5 interdisciplinary scholars who will be residential fellows this year at VCU’s Humanities Research Center
Jan. 19, 2022
The fellowship program provides faculty the opportunity to work on projects around a similar theme.
VCU students and employees donate more than 100 winter coats to Richmond southside apartment complex
Dec. 14, 2021
The coat drive benefited residents of the Southwood Apartments.
Dec. 9, 2021
The Pickering and Rangel programs funded by the U.S. Department of State provide graduate fellowships to qualified college seniors and graduates committed to joining the foreign service.
Dec. 2, 2021
A summer internship helped solidify her decision to pursue a law degree after graduation “so that I can help individuals feel recognized and heard.”
Beyond borders: How VCU is expanding opportunities so all students have access to a global education
Nov. 17, 2021
From Global Café to Cultural Conversations, nearly a dozen new programs at the university aim to provide students with international experiences.
From red cell development to cultural preservation, VCU’s Baldacci scholars continue to further their studies
Oct. 25, 2021
The grant program, created by a gift from alum David Baldacci and his wife, Michelle, provides students with funds to pursue experiential learning opportunities.
As Hispanic Heritage Month begins, it’s important to recognize the diversity within the Latinx community
Sept. 17, 2021
Through her classes, research and public forums, VCU professor Anita Nadal aims to bring more awareness of what it means to be Black and Latinx.
Sept. 15, 2021
Migrant workers and religion and the body language Catholics use to express devotion will be the focus of the two Zoom events.