College of Humanities and Sciences Honors Faculty Scholarship

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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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CHS Staff Professional Development Workshop

Wednesday, March 16th 9:00am – 12:00pm noon On behalf of the Dean’s Office, the College’s Diversity and Equity Committee presents a morning of professional development for CHS Staff Wednesday, March 16, 2016, from 9:00 – 12:00 noon. This event will be held in the University Student Commons, 907 Floyd Avenue, Forum Room, 1st floor. Breakfast will […]

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Elske v.P. Smith Lecture Announced

Friday, March 25th, 2016 at 1:00pm The College presents this spring’s Elske v.P. Smith Lecture on Friday, Mar. 25th featuring Dr. Marcel Cornis-Pope (English).  Dr. Cornis-Pope will be presenting his lecture on Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in Writing Cross-Cultural Literary History: Reflections on Two Recent International Projects starting at 1:00pm in the VCU Globe building room […]

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Nominations for Distinguished Faculty Awards

It is that time of year again! Let’s recognize outstanding faculty in the College of H&S, which invites your nominations for our Distinguished Faculty Awards. We hope to see each academic unit nominate at least one faculty member—and more if possible! The nomination procedure and a description of the faculty awards are provided below and […]

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Humanities Research Center’s 2016 Research Grants Recipients

We would like to congratulate all of the recipients for the Humanities Research Center’s 2016 Research Grants: Joshua Eckhardt (English): Religion Around John Donne Carolyn Eastman (History): The Strange Genius of Dr. O: Oratory and Transatlantic Celebrity in Early America Richard Fine (English): Edward Kennedy’s Long Road to Reims: The Media and the Military in […]

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Psychology Faculty and Student Receive $249,000 Grant

Dr. Joshua Langberg and his doctoral student, Melissa Dvorsky, will be receiving a $249,000 grant from Virginia Youth Tobacco Projects (VYTP) to fund Melissa’s dissertation work.  Their project Factors Against Tobacco Use During the Transition to College for Adolescents With and Without ADHD will follow 150 adolescents (75 with ADHD) across the transition from high […]

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