Anthropology Speaker Series Spring 2014

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Anthropology Speaker Series Spring 2014

“Adventures in Paleoanthropology” Featuring Amy Rector Verrelli, assistant professor, School of World Studies. Friday, February 7 3 – 4:30 PM Student Commons Theater “South American Paleopathology” Featuring Dr. Enrique Gerszten, Paleopathology, Professor Emeritus (MCV). Friday, February 21 3 – 4:30 PM Student Commons Theater “Honoring the Ancestors: Historical Reclamation and Self-Determined Identities in Rio de Janeiro” […]

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Happy New Year from the Dean

There was a figurative sign on the front door of VCU for ten days starting on December 23, 2013, that, if read carefully, indicated that the University was closed until we were able to rip another page from the 21st century calendar revealing the numbers 2014. On the morning of January 2, 2014, any notion […]

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CPSD and Puller Clinic Celebrate Five Years of Collaboration

VCU’s Psychology Department is proudly celebrating five years of successful collaboration with the Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic at the College of William & Mary. This joint effort was initiated to help clear out an overwhelming federal backlog of veterans benefits cases. Since 2008, VCU Clinical and Counseling Psychology doctoral students at the […]

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Staff Spotlight: Ramont Reed

Ramont Reed is the shop-side Manager of Technology Support for the College of Humanities and Sciences. From the basement of The Honors College dorm and Department of Physics at 701 West Grace Street, he and his team are responsible for making sure all the computers in the College – more than 3,000 machines – stay […]

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Six Named Emeriti Faculty

Congratulations to these six individuals with long and distinguished careers at VCU who were recently named Emeriti Faculty members: Professor Ted Tunnell, History 27 Years Professor Charlotte Morse, English 36 Years Professor John Berglund, Mathematics and Applied Mathematics 40 Years Professor Judy Turk, Mass Communications 11 Years Nelson Wikstrom, Wilder School 41 Years Professor Janet Hutchinson, Gender, Sexuality and […]

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HomeAgain Holiday Hope & Toys For Tots

This holiday season, the College of Humanities & Sciences will be “adopting a (homeless) family” from HomeAgain, an emergency shelter here in Richmond.  Our family consists of a mother, and 8 year old daughter and a 7 year old son. Please see the wish list below for information on sizes and wish list items.  A […]

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Faculty Spotlight: Kathryn Murphy-Judy

Associate professor of French Dr. Kathryn Murphy-Judy was the president for the Foreign Language Association of Virginia (FLAVA) for two years. During that time, she instigated important changes for the organization whose membership touches every level of foreign language education statewide. “We’re invested in doing professional development for language teachers, and making sure that there’s […]

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VCU MFA Program Hosts Reading by Poets Tomas Morin and James Arthur

The VCU MFA program in Creative Writing is pleased to host a reading by poets Tomás Q. Morín and James Arthur on Friday, November 8th at 3PM in the Student Commons Forum Room. This event is free and open to the public. Tomás Q. Morín is the winner of the 2012 APR/Honickman First Book Prize for his collection A Larger Country.  […]

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Faculty Spotlight: Karen Rader

Associate professor Dr. Karen Rader, of the Department of History, co-edited a book published this month entitled Animals on Display: The Creaturely in Museums, Zoos, and Natural History, with Liv Emma Thorsen and Adam Dodd. The book is the product of five years of collaboration between Dr. Rader and a group of researchers at the […]

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2013 Faculty Awards List

  The College of Humanities and Sciences is proud to recognize these members of our outstanding faculty for their contributions in the following areas: Faculty Authors 2013: The faculty members listed were the primary authors or editors of a book published between January 1 and June 30, 2013. Jay S. Albanese,                  Wilder School Professional Ethics in […]

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