50 years of Title IX: A look at ‘a notable first step’ toward a more equitable playing field for women and girls
June 23, 2022
As the nation looks back, VCU experts talk about how it’s made a difference and the impact the civil rights law has had on the U.S.
As part of the Pell Grant’s 50th anniversary, a VCU grad is sharing his story with federal policymakers
June 22, 2022
Anirban Mahanty, who graduated in May, will co-moderate a reception hosted by national higher education organizations and will speak at a congressional briefing at the U.S. Capitol.
Juneteenth: A reading list
June 15, 2022
This list of faculty-recommended books can help you learn about and celebrate Juneteenth.
State marker unveiled at Shockoe Hill African Burying Ground
June 14, 2022
The remains of more than 20,000 Black Americans are buried on the site.
For VCU alum and 25,000 others using her platform, meaningful connections start with brunch
June 13, 2022
Melissa Mason’s business, Brown Skin Brunchin’, has helped thousands of minority women connect, personally and professionally, in 71 cities across three countries.
Richmond Fire Department teams with VCU to help overcome language barriers
June 13, 2022
Having someone on a fire or medical emergency call who speaks Spanish can bring calm to some situations, said Richmond firefighter Cody Oliver.
Exploring strategic connections between populism and the debate on pipelines
June 9, 2022
In his new book, VCU assistant professor Kai Bosworth looks at the theory of populism and how it relates to the world today.
Traversing the James River to learn about its biodiversity and history
June 8, 2022
Students participating in VCU’s experiential Footprints on the James course are also helping professors from across the U.S. test new river-based field lessons.
Naomi Ghahrai embraces new study abroad opportunity in Taiwan
June 6, 2022
VCU grad is conducting research, taking a class and teaching young students as part of the program.
Professor says war crimes investigation in Ukraine could take years
June 3, 2022
“It’s critical to find both the physical, testimonial, and the documentary evidence of war crimes,” said Tal Simmons, who has examined evidence at multiple scenes, including in Sri Lanka and the former Yugoslavia.