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In today’s announcement, Fast Company highlighted how VCU and the da Vinci Center are reimagining entrepreneurship training in higher education. (File photo)

VCU’s Shift Retail Lab wins Fast Company’s Innovation by Design Award

Aug. 22, 2023

Part of the da Vinci Center, the lab supports students and local businesses while reimagining how entrepreneurship is taught.

Victor Tan Chen, Ph.D., an associate professor of sociology, studies economic inequality, labor movements and trends around unions in the U.S., where union support is rising while union membership is at an all-time low.  (Tom Kojcsich, Enterprise Marketing and Communications)

How will the Hollywood strike end? VCU sociology professor and union expert shares what history tells us.

Aug. 21, 2023

Streaming services and AI may be the new battlegrounds for actors, writers and studios, but echoes from the 1960 and 1980 picket lines are familiar and strong, says Victor Tan Chen.

Matilde Moros

Loss of a beloved colleague, Matilde Moros

Aug. 18, 2023

Dr. Matilde (“Mati”) Moros, an associate professor in the Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, passed away on August 10, 2023.

Breyana Stewart has managed a variety of duties as an intern with the Richmond International Film Festival, which starts Sept. 26. (Kevin Morley, Enterprise Marketing and Communications)

At Richmond film festival and local PR firm, VCU mass communications major makes the most of summer

Aug. 17, 2023

VCU’s Internship Funding Program is helping rising senior Breyana Stewart explore professional career paths.

Suzanne Ruder, Ph.D., associate chair and professor in the Department of Chemistry, is a recipient of the 2023 James Flack Norris Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Teaching of Chemistry. (Contributed photo)

VCU professor Suzanne Ruder to receive national award for excellence in chemistry instruction

Aug. 17, 2023

Ruder will be honored for her work with two colleagues on an NSF-supported research project focused on process skills in undergraduate STEM classrooms.

Ellie Bavuso is working to “gamify” a treatment that can help autistic individuals learn effective social behaviors. (Kevin Morley, Enterprise Marketing and Communications)

Through undergraduate research program, student works to shift paradigm for disability inclusion in virtual reality research

Aug. 15, 2023

Ellie Bavuso, a biology major, is designing and developing a virtual reality game that's custom-made to support individuals with autism.

Charlie Hassett’s study abroad experience in Cyprus gave him invaluable lab time while also allowing for an opportunity to explore. (Contributed photo)

Human anatomy program in Cyprus gives rising junior new perspective on his studies

Aug. 10, 2023

Charlie Hassett, a health, physical education and exercise science major, enjoyed the opportunity to work with cadavers and prepare for a career in the medical field.

Jerome Reid, senior athletic trainer for the Philadelphia Eagles, knew he wanted to enter the field after his first Intro to Athletic Training course at VCU. (Courtesy photo)

With the health of athletes in his hands, VCU alum Jerome Reid is an NFL star outside the spotlight

Aug. 9, 2023

Senior trainer for the Philadelphia Eagles followed a path of perseverance to reach the pros.

Corey Van Landingham, author of the poetry collection, "Love Letter to Who Owns the Heavens," will give a reading from her work on Oct. 18 at VCU. (Contributed photo.)

Corey Van Landingham wins 26th annual Levis Reading Prize for ‘Love Letter to Who Owns the Heavens’

Aug. 7, 2023

Corey Van Landingham has won the 2023 Levis Reading Prize for her poetry collection “Love Letter to Who Owns the Heavens.”

Catherine Ingrassia, Ph.D., has been named dean of VCU’s College of Humanities and Sciences, (Contributed photo).

Catherine Ingrassia named dean of VCU’s College of Humanities and Sciences

Aug. 4, 2023

Ingrassia, a professor of English and interim dean of the college, begins her term as dean today.