Oct. 14, 2021
His family fled the Kurdistan region of Iraq in 1996. Their refugee experience was executed in an efficient manner thanks to Operation Pacific Haven.
Oct. 13, 2021
VCU’s Humanities Research Center brings together faculty and graduate students with common research interests.
Pregnant individuals experiencing depression will have access to mindfulness activities through a VCU study
Oct. 11, 2021
The newly funded study will focus on serving Richmond’s minority, low-income or low-education community members and, if effective, could be replicated elsewhere.
Oct. 8, 2021
When the pandemic suspended international travel — and student Erin McCoy’s study abroad trip to Italy — VCU’s Global Education Office helped her identify a virtual opportunity instead.
Sharing their stories: Social work-led researchers are studying Horn of Africa migrants in greater Washington
Oct. 8, 2021
They aim to identify the daily life stressors of the migrants, and to develop steps to improve their lives.
Oct. 5, 2021
The 2,700-square-foot lab will provide students with retail and office space, and will serve as a front door to Richmond’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Sept. 29, 2021
The grant is one of only five awarded nationally and designates VCU as one of the CDC’s Youth Violence Prevention Centers.
NIH awards $2M to study VCU program focused on reducing youth violence amid surge in gun injuries and death
Sept. 23, 2021
The program, Bridging the Gap, provides violently injured patients with a brief hospital-based intervention that aims to prevent retaliatory violence.
Sept. 21, 2021
Renal Rehab, run by VCU’s Department of Kinesiology and Health Sciences, helps chronic kidney disease and renal transplant patients integrate exercise and improved nutrition into their lifestyle.
Sept. 20, 2021
Guidry, a VCU professor and researcher, has been studying public health communication for years. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become a topic of international importance.