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A national thought leader in the field of health equity will speak at a VCU event Feb. 25. (Getty Images)

National thought leader in field of health equity to speak at VCU

Feb. 8, 2021

Brian D. Smedley, chief of psychology in the public interest and acting chief diversity officer of the American Psychological Association, will give a virtual talk Feb. 25.

“More representative teams just perform better … ,” Elizabeth Paul, chief strategy officer at the Martin Agency, said at a VCU virtual event on how women are changing the advertising industry. “I want our workforce to reflect our audience because I know we’ll tell better, more representative stories.” (Getty Images)

Women are changing the advertising industry, and it’s leading to better, more authentic ads

Feb. 5, 2021

As another Super Bowl comes and goes, a VCU Robertson School panel says improving gender diversity in advertising is leading to better storytelling and more opportunities for underrepresented voices.

Hani El-Kaderi, left, and M. Samy El-Shall are recipients of awards from Virginia Section of the American Chemical Society.

Two professors honored for their contributions to the field of chemistry, research

Feb. 5, 2021

Two faculty members in the VCU Department of Chemistry in the College of Humanities and Sciences will receive awards from the Virginia Section of the American Chemical Society.

The annual Black Lives Matter RVA Art Show features works from dozens of artists, among them several with VCU connections. (Photos courtesy of Black Lives Matter RVA Art Show)

Art goes virtual at annual Black Lives Matter show

Feb. 4, 2021

The Black Lives Matter RVA Art Show features works from dozens of artists that highlight inclusivity and racial justice.