One of VCU’s first African American administrators is retiring at semester’s end, leaving behind an institution he watched grow from its infancy and transform the city he grew up in.
The word ‘research’ often brings to mind doctors in lab coats, looking through microscopes. One VCU student decided not to wait for his Ph.D. and applied for his first patent before he turned 21.
Thanks to the new exhibit hang next to the elevators on the first floor of Cabell Library, the achievements of key LGBT figures are brought to light.
Students and faculty excited by last year’s inaugural TEDxRVA event have a new reason to celebrate: VCU is getting a TED Talk of its own.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded a five year $18.1 million grant to VCU, the third largest grant in the university’s history.