Congratulations to our Faculty Award Winners

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Congratulations to our Faculty Award Winners

All faculty and staff of the College of Humanities and Sciences are invited to our Faculty and Staff Awards and Retirees Breakfast The following members of our faculty have been selected by a committee of previous honorees to receive our Outstanding Faculty Awards for 2016. Elske vP Smith Distinguished Lecturer John Kneebone Department of History Distinguished Scholar Katherine Bassard Department of […]

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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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VCU Sociology students Make It Real

Service Learning Students in VCU Sociology’s Aging and the Life Course Class team up with VCU AASE and University of Richmond students in the WIL program this past Saturday. As participants in the East End Clean Up and Restoration Project, students and community members work together to reclaim the historical East End Cemetery, remember and […]

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Faculty Senate minutes

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

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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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VCU Partnership Map Survey

From Linda E. Zyzniewski, Ph.D. Associate Professor & Director, Undergraduate Programs, Department of Psychology Dean’s Fellow, College of Humanities and Sciences Dear Colleagues, This month the Division of Community Engagement (DCE), in partnership with Center for Clinical and Translational Research and VCUHealth, is collecting and mapping information on VCU’s university-community partnerships. The information will be used […]

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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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Faculty Senate Notes

The Faculty Senate met in November, and secretary Scott Street (SSOR) distributed the following notes (with any attachments): Faculty Senate_November Special Awards Overview 2015

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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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