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VCU Libraries receives Excellence in Academic Libraries Award

VCU Libraries receives Excellence in Academic Libraries Award

VCU Libraries is one of three recipients of the 2018 Excellence in Academic Libraries Award, an annual honor recognizing staff at college, university and community college libraries for providing exemplary programs, resources and services.

The Depot and the Office of Sustainability partner for a new farmer’s market

The Depot and the Office of Sustainability partner for a new farmer’s market

Virginia Commonwealth University students, faculty, staff and community members seeking farm fresh produce and other unique and homemade items have a new option on campus. The Depot Market will be held on the second floor of the VCU School of the Arts Depot every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in conjunction with the VCU Office of Sustainability.

Martin Luther King III’s address at VCU rescheduled for Feb. 18

Martin Luther King III’s address at VCU rescheduled for Feb. 18

Human rights advocate, community activist and political leader Martin Luther King III will provide remarks Feb. 18 at Virginia Commonwealth University. The event, originally part of VCU’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Week, was rescheduled due to snow.

Scholarship ball to celebrate black excellence

Scholarship ball to celebrate black excellence

The Black Excellence Scholarship Committee at Virginia Commonwealth University will host its second annual Black Excellence Scholarship Ball: Climbing Beyond Expectations, which recognizes the achievements of VCU students, faculty and alumni.

VCU and Navitas announce partnership to expand international education

VCU and Navitas announce partnership to expand international education

Navitas and Virginia Commonwealth University have announced a partnership to support the university’s continued commitment to internationalization, including the development of a Global Student Success Program to prepare international students for future academic success.

VCU Business alumnus honored as Influential Leader

VCU Business alumnus honored as Influential Leader

Dominion Payroll founder and CEO David Gallagher, a Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business alumnus, has been selected as an honoree in the AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) annual Influential Leaders Challenge.

Faculty and Staff features for February 2018

Faculty and Staff features for February 2018

Patrick Lowery, Ph.D., assistant professor, Criminal Justice, L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs, will receive the SAGE Junior Faculty Professional Development Teaching Award during the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.

VCU to conduct test of emergency communications

VCU to conduct test of emergency communications

Virginia Commonwealth University will conduct a full test of its emergency communications and alerting systems, including 10 sirens throughout the Monroe Park and MCV campuses, at noon on Wednesday, Feb. 7.

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