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Round Table Discussion for Classified Staff

CHS staff members are invited to attend a Round Table Discussion for classified staff on Friday, August 17, 2012. The discussion will focus on the topic “Evaluations and the Performance Review Process.” Some of the planned agenda items inlcude: India Urbach speaking on the logistics of the review process Two staff members will do a mock […]

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Dr. McCreary Discusses Writings of Colorado Shooter

Dr. Micah McCreary, associate professor of psychology, was on CBS 6 Thursday, August 25 to discuss whether or not writings like those of mass murderer James Holmes are a cry for help or a manifesto penned by a killer wanting more of the limelight. Dr. McCreary responded to the questions by saying that preventative measures […]

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Welcome Week at the Commons

The College will be participating in Welcome Week for incoming freshmen on Tuesday, August 21st in the Commonwealth Ballroom at the Student Commons from 12:30 to 2:00 pm. All schools and departments are asked to have a representative on hand to answer questions and meet our new students. The Dean will be giving out an […]

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Invitation for Faculty to Participate in the Berglund Seminar

It’s that time again! Each semester the Honors College invites faculty to participate in its Berglund Seminar Series. The purpose of the series is to expose honors students to a variety of topics and interests at the University. It is also a great opportunity for faculty to highlight their research, practice for an upcoming conference, […]

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VCU’s Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies 2012 Summer Art Exhibit

Dr. Janet Hutchinson talks about Virginia Commonwealth University’s Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies 2012 Summer Art Exhibit. The exhibit is open for viewing from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Crenshaw House, located at 919 W. Franklin Street, Richmond, VA. Dr. Hutchinson is a Professor of Public Policy and Chair of the Department of […]

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VCU Recognizes Initiative, Integrity, Respect and Responsiveness

The College of Humanities and Sciences is proud that a number of our faculty and staff have been recognized by VCU after being nominated by a coworker for the VCU Recognition Award from Human Resources. The award recognizes one of the following: Initiative, Integrity, Respect or Responsiveness. We would like to congratulate the following employees […]

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Dr. Bernard Means Scans Artifacts from the Betsy in 3D

Dr. Bernard Means, Project Director for the Virtual Curation Unit for Recording Archaeological Materials Systematically (V.C.U.-R.A.M.S.), and his team of VCU Anthropology students, recently visited the Virginia Department of Historic Resources to perform 3D scans of artifacts from the 18th century collier brig Betsy. The Betsy was scuttled in 1781 in the York River at Yorktown,VA during […]

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Congratulations to Two Graduating Staff Members

The College congratulates Patsy Connors and Naomi Batten, both staff members in the College of Humanities and Sciences, who graduated this past May! Patsy, who works in the Dean’s Office as Assistant Director of Financial Operations, graduated magna cum laude with a degree in History and minors in Art History and Latin and Roman Classics. […]

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. John Kneebone, Chair of the Department of History

Dr. John Kneebone is the new Chair of the VCU Department of History. Dr. Kneebone replaced Dr. Bernard Moitt, who served as chair since July 2006. Dr. Kneebone becomes Chair effective July 1, 2012. Dr. Kneebone is associate professor of History. He previously taught at Princeton and Harvard Universities and at the University of Alabama. […]

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