Diversity Drives Decision for Navy Veteran to Become Ram

    When students walk in to VCU’s Military Student Services they may be met by work-study...

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    VCU Panelists Discuss Their Experiences as Women in Politics

    The VCU Department of Political Science hosted a panel entitled Women, Power, &...

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    Call for Papers and Panel Proposals

    The 11th Annual Student Research Conference
    Friday, April 14, 2017
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    Update on DACA from the CHS Diversity and Equity Committee

    The CHS Diversity and Equity Committee has been discussing and developing strategies to address growing...

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  • Montse Fuentes
    College Welcomes Dean Fuentes

    Following a national search, Montserrat Fuentes, Ph.D., has been named dean of the Virginia Commonwealth...

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  • Make it Real SOCY 1
    VCU Sociology students Make It Real

    Service Learning Students in VCU Sociology’s Aging and the Life Course Class team up with...

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    What Are You Doing When You Graduate?

    Have you considered staying at VCU in a Graduate Program within the College of Humanities...

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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...

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    2015 December Diploma Ceremonies

    Congratulations to all of our upcoming graduates!  If you haven't already done so please make...

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  • Poetry for Trash
    Student Spotlight: John-Michael Bloomquist

    John-Michael Bloomquist (English), is the founder of "Poetry for Trash," a movement that aims...

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    Student Spotlight: Diana DiGangi

    Diana DiGangi, a senior in the Robertson School, was assigned to cover a protest at...

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  • Samantha May
    Student Spotlight: Samantha Mays

    Samantha Mays, a freshman majoring in Biology Education, wrote a letter to congress as part...

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  • Raven Smith
    Student Spotlight: Raven Smith

    Raven Smith, a junior in the Chemistry and Engineering departments, has received a $75,000 scholarship...

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    Student Spotlight: Marques Berry and Jake Barkley

    Marques “M.arques B.erry” Berry, a senior in the Department of English, and sophomore Jake Barkley,...

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    Student Spotlight: Martin Townes

    Martin Charles Townes, an anthropology major in the School of World Studies, traveled this summer...

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  • Footprints
    Footprints on the James 2015

    UPDATE: 5/22/2015 - Following the Footprints:

    Applications are now closed for the Footprints on...

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  • Go For It
    Go For It! Program for Student Entrepreneurs

    Students in the Humanities and Sciences can take their business ideas to the next level...

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    Political Science Student Receives Internship at U.S. Embassy in Panama

    Emily Melton, a senior who is a double major in Political Science and...

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  • Scholarship Opportunities
    New H&S Scholarship Website

    The College of Humanities and Sciences has introduced a new website, vcu.academicworks.com, with...

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  • Da Vinci Center
    Venture Creation Competition 2015

    If you have an idea, concept, and/or technology for a real venture and are a...

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  • Innovation Goes to Market
    New Course in Innovation

    A new team-taught, interdisciplinary course in innovation, Innovation Goes to Market, is being offered for...

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  • Next Big Idea Challenge
    The Next Big Idea Challenge

    Win Up To $1600 With Your Big Idea!

    The Next Big Idea contest is...

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  • Indie Lab
    Students Work to Create Indie Lab

    Grace Cummings, a student in the Department of Physics, had difficulty getting lab time so...

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  • Chemistry
    VCU Ranks 6th in Chemistry Degrees Awarded to Women

    "We're very proud of our tradition of offering access to women and underrepresented groups in...

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    Graduation

    University Commencement - Commencement exercises will be held on Saturday, May 10, 2014, at 10...

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    The Next Big Idea Competition

    The Next Big Idea Competition is here! Tap into your entrepreneurial side by coming up...

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  • Footprints
    Explore the History and Natural History of the James River

    Introducing a new summer course! Footprints on the James: Human and Natural History of the...

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    Student Awards Night

    Pictures from the student awards ceremony for the College of Humanities and Sciences are on...

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    Ishita Purohit Wins French Embassy's LabCitoyen Youth Travel Grant

    French minor Ishita Purohit is one of four winners from America who will...

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    A Celebration in African American Studies

    The Department of African American Studies will celebrate the accomplishments of outstanding students from academic...

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    Students in Brandcenter Class of 2012 Gain Agency Experience through Summer Internships

    To gain agency experience and apply what they learned as Brandcenter "freshmen", students from the...

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    Three VCU Students Win Boren Scholarships for Study Abroad Next Year

    News courtesy of Jeff Wing, National Scholarship Office,
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    Two Students Earn Goldwater Scholarships for their Work in Biology

    Reposted from VCU News Center, article by Tom Gresham:

    Two [VCU College of...

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    VCU Gardens for Life: Arbor Day 2011 - Ceremonial Tree Planting at Noon on April 29

    Continuing with the Gardens for Life umbrella project, VCU Goes Green and Green Unity...

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    Psychology Honor Society Collects Supplies for U.S. Army Personnel in Afghanistan

    Reposted from VCU News Center:
    Special Delivery VCU Psychology Honor Society collects supplies for U.S....

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  • College of Humanities and Sciences
    CHS Scholarship Deadline Approaches!

    The deadline for most College of Humanities and Sciences scholarships and fellowships is February 1. ...

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