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.
Gabriel’s House: African American Studies building renamed in honor of leader of planned slave revolt
March 22, 2022
‘We honor Gabriel for his courage in pursuing the unfinished work of Black liberation, and as a true hero of Virginia.’
March 18, 2022
A VCU history professor is part of a team that has worked for years to win state and federal recognition of the Shockoe Hill African Burying Ground.
March 10, 2022
Studies at VCU helped lay the foundation for the work Kelly Nguyen hopes to do with the U.S. foreign service.
March 10, 2022
On their first day of spring break, VCU science, technology, engineering, arts and math students showed off science experiments to students at Patrick Copeland Elementary School.
March 9, 2022
VCU expert Judy Twigg explains where things stand in Ukraine, the impact that sanctions on Russia are having, and the role of the U.S. moving forward.
March 8, 2022
The book uses the words, thoughts and deeds of captives to reveal how urban environments in Anglo-America impacted and were affected by African descended people.
March 7, 2022
‘Through volunteerism, and through conversations, we want VCU students to gain a better understanding of this local population of people that are often very underserved and falling through the cracks.’
Feb. 24, 2022
Judyth Twigg, a professor in the Department of Political Science, says the potential implications of Russia’s actions are “enormous and wide-ranging.”
Feb. 14, 2022
Massimo Bertino and Martin Mangino were among 83 academic inventors from 41 institutions included in the academy’s 2022 class.