Mathematicians Make Progress on Unsolved Problems at Ideal Fest

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Mathematicians Make Progress on Unsolved Problems at Ideal Fest

“In my field of math, 99 percent of your time is spent pursuing avenues which are ultimately not fruitful. The one percent of the time that it does work, it can be revolutionary,” said Sean Cox, assistant professor of Mathematics at VCU. Cox is a mathematician whose research focuses on mathematical logic and set theory, […]

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Chemistry Faculty Receive $200,000 in State-Funded Research Grants

Chemistry chair Dr. Samy El-Shall and Professor Nicholas Farrell were each awarded $100,000 grants from the Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund, Governor Terry McAuliffe announced early this month. These prestigious awards support Virginia research in high-potential areas of study with commercial promise including advanced manufacturing, cyber security, energy, water quality, information technology, life sciences, and unmanned […]

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Acevedo Takes on New Role

Ed Acevedo, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, will serve as acting Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs effective July 1 while the search for someone to fill that position permanently is conducted.

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A Sociologist’s Perspective on the Changing Economy; Q&A with Victor Chen

Victor Chen is an assistant professor of sociology at VCU whose work focuses on inequality and social stratification in labor markets. His book, Cut Loose: Jobless & Hopeless in an Unfair Economy, examines the plight of auto industry workers who were forced into long-term unemployment by technological advances and the outsourcing of jobs. More recently, […]

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College of Humanities and Sciences Honors Faculty, Staff, and Retirees

The College of Humanities and Sciences recently held its Faculty and Staff Awards and Retirees breakfast honoring members of the faculty, staff, and retirees for their service to the college and VCU as a whole. Nominees were selected to have their work recognized by their departments and department heads, who sent glowing recommendations to the […]

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College of Humanities and Sciences Honors Faculty Scholarship

In recognition of their role in elevating the university to national prominence, the College of Humanities and Sciences hosted a faculty recognition breakfast on April 13 to honor outstanding members of their faculty. The breakfast recognized faulty in the college who in had published a new book, won a significant scholarly award, or spent over […]

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VCU Remembers Lidia Vallarino

Lidia Marisa Vallarino, Ph.D., who retired as a professor from the Department of Chemistry in the VCU College of Humanities and Sciences, died January 22, 2017. Affectionately known in the department “Dr. V,” she was a prolific scholar, authored over 80 publications in international journals, held six patents, co-authored four chemistry textbooks and served the […]

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Call for Nominations

The College is seeking nominations for the following elected College of Humanities and Sciences or University committee positions beginning academic year 2016-2017: 1. COLLEGE P&T COMMITTEE (3-year term) Need ONE tenured faculty from English or World Studies This committee has 4 elected and 3 appointed tenured faculty members. Outgoing: Bryant Mangum (English), Eugene Mills (Philosophy) […]

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Spring 2017 HRC Residential Fellowship Recipients Announced

Congratulations to the recipients of the Humanities Research Center’s Residential Fellowships for Spring Semester 2017!  Professors Catherine Ingrassia, Shermaine Jones, Brooke Newman, and Oliver Speck will be working together on  “Conditions of Confinement: Identity, Race, and Subjectivity.” They describe their joint endeavor as follows: Engaging the disciplines of history, literature, and film studies, our group examines the […]

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Faculty Senate minutes

Click to view the minutes of the March Faculty Senate meeting.

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