Our Faculty Scholars 2013-14

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Our Faculty Scholars 2013-14

Congratulations to our Faculty Scholars for 2014, who have authored or edited a book, won a national scholarly award or managed at least $50,000 in research expenditures during the 2013-14 academic and fiscal year. Faculty Authors Richard Bargdill, Psychology Faye Belgrave, Psychology Edward L. Boone, Statistical Sciences David Bromley, World Studies Christopher Brooks, World Studies […]

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VCU Researchers Receive Three NIJ grants

The National Institute of Justice Grants recently awarded three grants totaling $833,036 to VCU.  VCU was the only institution to get three grants. The faculty members and abstracts are below. The solicitation was Research and Development in Forensic Science for Criminal Justice Purposes through the National Institute of Justice.  The number of total awards for […]

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Humanities Research Center Events

Meet our Authors Members of faculty in the Humanities at VCU have an impressive record of scholarly productivity and are recognized, both nationally and internationally, for their significant contributions to our understanding of the human condition across cultures, throughout the past, and in the present. Our new “Meet VCU’s Authors” series invites members of the Richmond […]

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Staff Spotlight: Dorothy Booker

Dorothy Booker has been with VCU for nearly 30 years and with the dean’s office since 2005. She says she learned years ago that a first impression is a lasting one so she makes an effort to meet and greet every person that walks through the door as the Office Services Coordinator for the College. […]

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Former Student Lauds Dr. Condit

Deirdre Condit, chair of Political Science, recently received this message from a former student: You won’t remember me, so please don’t wrack your brain trying, if that’s something you do when you get these emails. I was an under-the-radar, average student who felt too unimportant to take your time by coming to your office, but […]

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Staff Spotlight: Ginny Schmitz

Ginny Schmitz, assistant to the Chair of the Department of English, will celebrate 15 years at VCU this coming December. She began working  as an administrative assistant in December of 1999. She earned her master’s in Writing and Rhetoric at VCU and one of her professors in the English department, Elizabeth Hodges, advocated for her […]

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Alumnus Brings Diplomacy Skills to Local Downtown Project

Evan Kaufman began his student career at VCU thinking he would pursue a degree in business. After a few courses in the Political Science department, he declared the subject as his major and earned his degree from the College of Humanities & Sciences in 2007. Evan remembers that VCU was an amazing experience and his […]

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Alumnus Finds Success in Working with Students

Adeeb Barqawi arrived at VCU at the age of 16. Having grown up in Kuwait, Adeeb was proud of his international perspective but soon realized he needed to learn a whole new context—that of his new university. He credits VCU with giving him the tools to hone that skill. “VCU helped me to learn when […]

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In Memorium: Lawrence Winters

Dr. Lawrence Winters, former Chair of the Department of Chemistry at Virginia Commonwealth University, passed away June 1, 2014. He joined VCU in 1972, succeeding Mary Kapp as the Chair of the Department of Chemistry. He served as chair of chemistry from 1972-83 and 1988-95, and retired from VCU in 1996. Prior to joining VCU, […]

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Dean Announces Director of The Great Place Initiative

The following is a message from Dean Jim Coleman: The College of Humanities and Sciences has over four hundred full time faculty, over 200 part time faculty, 80 staff, and approximately 14,000 students creating a large and very complex culture spread out across the Monroe Park Campus. We have come to recognize that this complexity […]

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