Students may have an option to improve their undergraduate academic resumes and VCU’s standing as a sustainable urban campus with a new 18-credit certificate in sustainability.
A religious studies professor credited as an influential members of the Richmond Action Dialogues, a volunteer organization that values peaceful dialogue and inclusiveness, died earlier this month.
VCU hired the school’s first permanent representative of students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) this semester because of the collaborative efforts of Student Equality and the Office of Inclusive Excellence.
My colleague, Daniel E. Perdue, an assistant professor in the Religious Studies Program (Buddhist Studies) died on Nov. 18 and was buried on Nov. 23. He had been ill for longer than a year, finally succumbing to pancreatic cancer, in spite of radical surgery (Whipple procedure), radiation, chemotherapy, acupuncture, and a host of “natural” remedies.