Alum and Donor News
Nov. 1, 2023
One of the first to earn VCU’s public history graduate certificate, Downey works as the education manager for Preservation Virginia.
VCU students’ online story maps highlight the history of Richmond’s Barton Heights and Woodland cemeteries
Oct. 10, 2023
The project was developed in close partnership with groups of descendants and volunteers associated with the two historic African American cemeteries in Richmond.
Oct. 5, 2023
“Last Chance Chicago,” the debut novel for the Robertson School of Media and Culture alum, explores the world of insider trading.
Sept. 27, 2023
Distinguished graduates from throughout the university will be recognized at a private ceremony Oct. 21.
Sept. 20, 2023
The National Book Award finalist, who earned an English degree in 2008, reflects on his writing journey, the legacy of war and advice for VCU writers.
Sept. 11, 2023
Dr. Mike Hunnicutt honors longtime VCU chemistry professor, administrator Dr. Sally Hunnicutt, with named spaces in new STEM Building - 817WF
Aug. 31, 2023
Combining her background in teaching and museum work, 2008 history graduate broadens access for youths to immerse themselves in life-changing learning.
Aug. 9, 2023
Senior trainer for the Philadelphia Eagles followed a path of perseverance to reach the pros.
July 7, 2023
A now somewhat-forgotten president created America’s professional civil service in 1883 and, by extension, modern U.S. government. Since then, civil servants have flourished and grown more and more necessary, all in the face of never-ending aspersions.
July 3, 2023
With two VCU degrees, a decade in Richmond government and a stint in N.Va., Rogers is now leading Rocky Mount, North Carolina.