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History Department presents “Cabaret”

Friday, March 20th at noon (run-time 124 min.) History Department conference room Guest Presenter: Dr. Carolyn Eastman This film about Weimar Germany is oriented around a louche nightclub called the Kit Kat and puts the history of sexuality front stage: it brings together the extravagant American singer Sally (Liza Minnelli) with a shy gay British […]

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Philosophy and Public Affairs Discussion on Sexual Assault

March 19 7 pm W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts The Philosophy and Public Affairs Lecture Series features a discussion on sexual assault on campus and Title IX Thursday, March 19 with Professor Michael Tooley of the University of Colorado and Professor Heidi Lockwood of Southern Connecticut State University. View the event poster here. Read more at VCU News.

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Footprints on the James 2015

UPDATE: 5/22/2015 – Following the Footprints: Applications are now closed for the Footprints on the James 2015 course but you can watch their four week journey unfold here and on their blog. Follow along as students embark on a journey to discover the natural history of the James River. 3/3/2015: It’s that time of year again! […]

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Is Iraq Lost? If So, Who Lost It?

March 18 7 pm Academic Learning Commons, Room 2104. Former Obama administration intelligence official to speak on Iraq David Gompert, former Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence for the U.S. government, will visit VCU to deliver a lecture on Iraq. Gompert, who is now a distinguished visiting professor for national security studies at the U.S. […]

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The Crisis of Islamic Masculinities & City of Borders

March 19 3.30 pm The Forum Room, Student Commons The Humanities Research Center Speaker Series features Amandullah de Sondy, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Miami, who will speak about his recent book, The Crisis of Islamic Masculinities (Bloomsbury, 2014). Co-sponsored by the Global Education Office March 20, 2015 3.30pm Academic Learning Center 2201 […]

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Staff Spotlight: Gail Bartee Canter

Gail Bartee Canter has worked at VCU for 22 years, with 16 of those years dedicated to the College. She currently works in the Dean’s Office as a Business Manager and recently joined the Humanities Research Center team as the Office and Fiscal Manager where she assists in event planning and special projects in addition to […]

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Go For It! Program for Student Entrepreneurs

Students in the Humanities and Sciences can take their business ideas to the next level with our “Go For It!” pre-accelerator program. The Go For It! program will provide financial support to entrepreneurial students who have promising business ideas and the ambition to launch their own companies. The program will provide qualifying students in the […]

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Staff Profile: Evelyn Bradshaw

Evelyn Fontaine Bradshaw is the Program and Administrative Assistant in the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics. She has been with VCU for four and a half years and with the College for one and a half years in the same department. Before coming to VCU, Ellen received her B.A. in English from Hollins University where […]

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Nominations are now being accepted for CHS Staff Awards

Please take time to review criteria and submit a nomination to recognize a staff member. The following staff awards will be given at the spring Faculty and Staff Awards on April 15: Leadership Award Excellence in Service Award Impact Award Details can be found here.

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Social Psychology: Self Regulation

February 18, 2015 12pm Commons Theater A social psychology talk, New Directions in Self-Regulation Research, will be given on Wednesday, February 18 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm in the Commons Theater by Social Psychologist Roy F. Baumeister. This talk presents results from laboratory, longitudinal, and meta-analytic studies on self regulation theory. An RSVP is requested. […]

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