Alum and Donor News
From surf, turf and sky, NASA and VCU’s Rice Rivers Center deliver an immersive summer experience for undergraduates
June 29, 2023
In its inaugural session on the East Coast, the environmental research program taps VCU expertise and facilities to give 22 students from across the nation a hands-on role in high-level work.
In support of young scholars, author David Baldacci connects VCU, libraries, Richmond and how communities can change
June 6, 2023
Renowned novelist and VCU alum returns to campus for 10th anniversary fundraiser at Cabell Library.
20 years after the establishment of the African American studies major at VCU, a look back at the program’s history and impact
May 30, 2023
Since its origins more than five decades ago, the program has developed into a ‘hub for Black intellectual thought.’
May 2, 2023
In earning one of the country’s top scholarships, they will spread out across the globe to teach English, conduct research, pursue creative projects and study for graduate degrees.
April 14, 2023
The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program provides three years of financial support to help exceptional graduate students advance their studies in STEM-based disciplines.
Class of 2023: Otis Fulton, who played basketball at UVA, has a lifelong passion for understanding why people behave the way they do
April 6, 2023
In May, the 65-year-old VCU alum will receive his Ph.D. in social psychology from the College of Humanities and Sciences.
VCU alum Rachel Beanland, author of ‘Florence Adler Swims Forever,’ releases a new novel about the deadly fire in 1811 at the Richmond Theater
April 5, 2023
When the pandemic hit, Rachel Beanland took to writing about a topic close to home. The result is her new book, “The House is on Fire.”
March 27, 2023
McCartney enjoys the challenges and opportunities that have come with life in Paris, where she works for a creative production company.
March 21, 2023
Critical Language Scholarship and CLS Spark Program honorees will study languages with the goal of helping improve U.S. diplomatic relationships.
Feb. 20, 2023
Aspiring gastroenterologist credits the program with opening doors to career in medicine.