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Cornis-Pope Lecture: “Franz Kugler: Becoming an Art Historian ca. 1830”

On Friday, September 14, VCU’s interdisciplinary doctoral program in Media Art & Text (MATX) will inaugurate its annual faculty lecture series, The Cornis-Pope Lecture in Media Art & Text. The series honors Dr. Marcel Cornis-Pope, professor of English, the program’s founding director and an internationally recognized scholar in literary theory and modern and postmodern literature. […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Greg Turner

Dr. Gregory “Greg” Turner (Biology B.S. ’87/H&S) was interviewed on Monday, August 13, by the College of Humanities and Sciences’ Assistant Director of Development and Alumni Relations Bethanie Constant. Greg is a military veteran who was Coast Guard deployed with the Navy in first Gulf War. Greg lives in suburban Philadelphia and works  at West […]

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Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies Brown Bag Luncheon Series

The Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s studies announces their fall brown-bag luncheon series. The dates, times and topics are as follows: Monday, September 10 Cristina Stanciu, Assistant Professor, Department of English “An Indian Woman of Many Hats: Laura Cornelius Kellogg’s Embattled Search for an Indigenous Voice.” Monday, October 8 R. Dale Smith, Instructor in […]

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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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Alumni Spotlight: Kathy Grzegorek

Kathleen Grzegorek received a BA in Psychology from VCU in 1982, and later attended the Temple University School of Law. In December 1990, she was admitted to the State Bar of California and the United States District Court for the Central District of California. Kathy went on to be a founding partner of Stone & […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Craig Sirles

“I began college in 1967 as a journalism major. I chose VCU (at the time it was RPI) because I was working as a copyboy, and later as a staff writer, for the Times-Dispatch and wanted to remain in Richmond. A year later I switched majors to English, believing that the English major was great […]

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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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