April 17, 2023
With a summer internship linked to Vogue magazine, criminal justice major has designs on following her passion for fashion.
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: Akhila Kunuthuru finds path to medical school and a community she can count on at VCU
April 13, 2023
Pennsylvania native, drawn to VCU and the city of Richmond, reflects on valuable lessons in storytelling and interdisciplinarity while “connecting the dots” between her education and her career goals.
April 12, 2023
Students explore their artistic side while delving into family politics, mental health and personal passions.
April 11, 2023
The journal, one of the premier online literary magazines, will host readings and panels with former contributors and student staff members this week.
Class of 2023: Emma Geisler finds her footing with an interdisciplinary approach and a new interest in research
April 7, 2023
Geisler, an interdisciplinary studies major, hopes to continue to study public health with a focus on immigration after graduation.
VCU history professor Brooke Newman serves as lead researcher for Guardian’s investigation of British monarchy’s ties to slavery
April 6, 2023
Newman, whose forthcoming book is “The Queen’s Silence: The Hidden History of the British Monarchy and Slavery,” said “the British monarchy has refused to acknowledge or apologize for their historic links to slavery.”
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.”
April 4, 2023
In a climate of uncertainty for the LGBTQIA community, this year’s recipients spoke of the importance of community and perseverance.