How understanding your child’s unique nature can make you a more effective parent
Sept. 9, 2021
VCU professor Danielle Dick’s new book, ‘The Child Code,’ helps parents adapt their parenting strategies to fit how their child is wired.
‘This is close to home for me’: Student veterans collect donations to aid Afghan refugees in Virginia
Sept. 8, 2021
Supplies from the ongoing campaign support refugees at Fort Lee and Fort Pickett.
VCU honors six outstanding educators and researchers at faculty convocation
Sept. 3, 2021
The annual awards recognize faculty for their teaching, scholarship and service.
New book aims to help Black girls navigate predominantly white spaces, microaggressions
Sept. 2, 2021
The book, “Finding Her Voice: How Black Girls in White Spaces Can Speak Up and Live Their Truth,” is co-authored by VCU professor Faye Belgrave.
Humanities Research Center to host slate of speaker events this fall
Aug. 31, 2021
The center, part of the College of Humanities and Sciences, will feature events headlined by experts on a variety of topics, ranging from gerrymandering to Richmond’s historic cemeteries.
Massey researchers awarded $1.3M to examine impacts of e-cigarette flavor regulations on African American menthol smokers
Aug. 31, 2021
The research aims to find out whether having e-cigarette flavors available — particularly menthol — increases uptake of e-cigarettes and reduces menthol cigarette use.
Study identifies 579 genetic locations linked to anti-social behavior, alcohol use, opioid addiction and more
Aug. 26, 2021
The study, published today in the journal Nature Neuroscience, is one of the largest genome-wide association studies ever conducted.
Distinguished faculty to be honored at convocation
Aug. 25, 2021
Six will be recognized Sept. 2 for outstanding teaching, scholarship and service.
VCU professor is named recipient of Virginia Museum of History & Culture’s William M.E. Rachal Award
Aug. 19, 2021
The award to Brian Daugherity is in recognition of an article documenting African American activism in Goochland County in the Jim Crow era.
At ‘Meet the Press,’ a VCU journalism student provides key research behind the scenes
Aug. 18, 2021
Josephine Walker, a rising senior interning at the NBC program, spent her summer providing research for interviews, as well as drafting questions to ask political leaders appearing on the show.