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

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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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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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Dr. Carl Ameringer Researches Health Care Access and Delivery in the Greater Richmond Area

http://youtu.be/nk6iCOhAXKQ Dr. Ameringer discusses his current research project, titled: Hispanic/Latino Immigrants and Access to Healthcare in the Greater Richmond Area. Dr. Carl F. Ameringer is professor of Health Policy and Politics at the Virginia Commonwealth University’s L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs. He is also chair of the Ph.D. program in Public […]

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Nine VCU Faculty Researchers Present at the 15th Annual International Public Relations Research Conference

The VCU School of Mass Communications has had a record-breaking research year – nine researchers will present seven papers at the 15th Annual International Public Relations Research Conference (IPRRC) to be held March 8 – 10 in Miami, Florida. IPRRC is an academic research conference that is devoted entirely to public relations (PR) research. During […]

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