College students from all over Iraq found their way to campus this summer to take part in the VCU social media institute.
For months, the lot on the corner of Broad and Belvidere streets has remained vacant except for the sign designating it as the future home of the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU. Last week, nearly 350 people gathered on that lot as VCUarts Dean Joe Seipel broke ground for the ICA.
VCU’s Integrative Life Sciences department offered 11 graduate students the opportunity to present their research in a student-research showcase Monday, Nov. 11 in the Richmond Salons.
Painting and printmaking graduate student Aaron Koehn made his work known in Cleveland, Ohio, but the artist has recently established himself as one of Richmond’s rising artists.
VCU’s School of Pharmacy has received a $3 million grant to continue research into genetic markers in human DNA that may predict chronic depression.