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Sabrina Squire’s Remarks to Freshman at Welcome Week

NBC12 News anchor and CHS alumna (BS Psych) Sabrina Squire addressed incoming Freshman at our Welcome Week Major Mixer on Tuesday in the Commonwealth Ballroom. She also helped Dean Coleman give away prizes including an autographed VCU basketball. Below is the text of her remarks: “Good afternoon class of 2016, welcome to the hub, the […]

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Dean Coleman’s Welcome Message for Faculty and Staff: August 2012

Welcome back for the start of a new semester at VCU! The summer was far too short for me – my vision of beating the previous world record in summer productivity wasn’t quite recognized. Nonetheless, a new cycle in the academic rhythm has begun. And, with that cycle comes a surge in positive energy that […]

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Welcome New Faculty Members

The College of Humanities and Sciences is pleased to welcome all our new tenured and tenure eligible faculty members for the Fall semester. We have a large number of faculty members joining us who are new to VCU for the 2012-2013 academic year — please offer them a warm welcome. Dr. Edward Abse, School of […]

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Dean’s welcome message for Faculty and Staff: August 2012

Welcome back for the start of a new semester at VCU! The summer was far too short for me – my vision of beating the previous world record in summer productivity wasn’t quite recognized. Nonetheless, a new cycle in the academic rhythm has begun. And, with that cycle comes a surge in positive energy that […]

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Chair in Catholic Studies Lecture Series

The School of World Studies is hosting the annual Chair in Catholic Studies Lecture Series on Thursday, September 27 and Thursday, October 4. The lectures are as follows:

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CHS Identity Style Guide

  Beginning with the fall semester the image shown above will replace the current “The College” logo to represent the College of Humanities and Sciences. We are phasing out the use of both the term “the College” and the graphic representation of “The College” in favor of using our full name whenever possible. “The College […]

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Welcome Kathy Ingram, Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs

From Dean Coleman: I’m pleased to announce that Dr. Kathleen Ingram has joined our Office of Student Services as the new Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs beginning August 1. Kathy’s responsibilities in that position will include providing support to Dr. Mays in relation to graduation applications, program reviews, and program assessment, along with being the […]

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Welcome Rob Tombes, Our New Associate Dean for Research

From Dean Coleman: Please join me in welcoming Dr. Rob Tombes as our new Associate Dean for Research. Rob joined the Dean’s Office in this half-time position to help facilitate the growth in funding and impact of research, scholarship and creative activities done by Faculty in the College of Humanities and Sciences. Some of Rob’s […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Kathy Grzegorek

The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City and Fortune Magazine announced Stone & Grzegorek LLP was selected for the 2012 Inner City 100.  Kathy Grzegorek represented S&G at the Harvard Business School for a day-long small business management conference and the Inner City 100 awards ceremony.  The Inner City 100 program recognizes the fastest-growing inner […]

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“Australopithecine!” Exhibit at Cabell Library

The ‘Were-Apes’ of Africa and the Evolution of Hominids Australopithecines. They were part-ape and part-human – “were-apes” – and they lived only in Africa. Australopithecus sediba, a sensational new fossil find from South Africa was amongst the last of them. The species appears to have died out around two million years ago, but its anatomy […]

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