Following a trend in higher education, VCU is looking to capitalize on the rising popularity of online courses.
Walking on stage Saturday night, Los Angeles recording artist Mayer Hawthorne looked out to a relatively small crowd of students at the Siegel Center for the Back to School Jam concert.
If drone warfare increases, what are the benefits? What are the psychological impacts of drone warfare? These are some of the questions asked on Monday night at a discussion forum on drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), hosted by students in the School of World Studies.
With graduation right around the corner for thousands of VCU students, VCU Libraries and the university’s Career Center have launched an initiative to help students research future careers.
Students, faculty and staff will likely have to pay more to park in VCU parking lots or garages for the 2013-2014 school year, according to an email sent by David Hanson, VCU’s senior vice president for finance and administration.