Class of 2021: Luci Harris hopes to help immigrants navigate the U.S. immigration system
Dec. 2, 2021
A summer internship helped solidify her decision to pursue a law degree after graduation “so that I can help individuals feel recognized and heard.”
Humanities Research Center supports Pocahontas Reframed Film Festival and launches Karenne Wood writer/artist residency
Nov. 30, 2021
With a rich menu of more than 20 films, The Pocahontas Film Festival showcased the work of nationally-acclaimed Indigenous filmmakers from the United States and Canada, as well work by emerging local artists.
Class of 2021: Fatima Osborne is using a love of storytelling to bring business to Richmond
Nov. 30, 2021
The mass communications student and intern-turned-administrative coordinator at the Greater Richmond Partnership enjoys working in social media and ‘letting people be heard.’
Humanities Research Center launches Native writer/artist residency program
Nov. 29, 2021
The program honors the legacy of Karenne Wood, a member of the Monacan Indian tribe and a poet, activist, tribal historian and educator who lectured at VCU on many occasions.
Mobilizing to help Afghans in need
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.
Class of 2021: Triniti Turner is driven by a passion for research and forensic science
Nov. 19, 2021
The graduating student’s experiences include time in a forensic molecular biology lab and as a research intern at the National Institutes of Health.
Class of 2021: Former Marine wants to help veterans who suffer from addiction
Nov. 18, 2021
Though an injury cut short her military career, Shae Gavit wants to carry out the oath she took to serve others.
Emmy-winning reporter and alum Derick Waller on Trump, journalism, VCU and life in New York
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.
Beyond borders: How VCU is expanding opportunities so all students have access to a global education
Nov. 17, 2021
From Global Café to Cultural Conversations, nearly a dozen new programs at the university aim to provide students with international experiences.
Disability studies certificate helps students critique social models through lectures, readings, guest speakers and research
Nov. 11, 2021
The Partnership for People with Disabilities in collaboration with the School of Education launched the certificate as a unique interdisciplinary sequence of courses.