Alum and Donor News
March 23, 2022
Daryl Van Tongeren, Ph.D., studies some of life’s biggest questions — the meaning of life, religion, virtues, to name a few.
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. 14, 2022
Jessica Diaz is making a career out of paying it forward as a teacher for Richmond Public Schools.
‘Heart of Atlanta’: Alum’s book tells the story behind the first legal challenges to the Civil Rights Act
Jan. 19, 2022
Ronnie Greene writes about the bravery of five Black ministry students and pastors who became unsung heroes of the civil rights movement.
Jan. 14, 2022
Cates spent the first part of his professional life as a chef and restauranteur before a stint in rehab helped put him on a different path.
Jan. 10, 2022
Campbell’s ‘Women in White Coats’ recounts the crucial moment ‘when women doctors demanded the right to heal and be healed.’
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.
Nov. 22, 2021
Responding to the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, VCU students and graduates of Afghan descent are raising money, donating supplies, assisting refugees and providing information in a chaotic time.
Nov. 17, 2021
Waller’s journey to WABC-TV — the most watched station in the nation’s largest media market — has been one of big stories and big dreams.
Grad’s war novel highlights the complicated relationship between the U.S. military and the Afghan people
Nov. 9, 2021
Navy veteran and VCU alum Matt Cricchio served in Afghanistan. His debut novel, “Security Day,” will “change how you think about American conflict overseas.”