Camille Schrier’s science and medical education led her to stop taking part in pageants. That same education helped her become Miss Virginia 2019. Read more.
Those projects will be on display at the college’s annual Capstone Design Expo on Friday, April 26, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Stuart C. Siegel Center, 1200 W. Broad St.
‘An event like Tag Day visibly demonstrates to our campus community the generosity of students, staff, faculty, families and community members.’
Megan Charity, a senior in the Virginia Commonwealth University College of Engineering’s computer science program, aims to give users an immersive — and nausea-free — ride through virtual environments. Read more.
A VCU class is conducting research on Vietnam casualties for the Virginia War Memorial’s Shrine of Memory. Read more.
A new exhibit features portraits of first-generation VCU students — and an inspirational quote from each — on vibrantly colored backgrounds spread over two walls on the library’s first floor. Read more.
32 years after first enrolling at VCU, Sophia Entzminger — with her kids by her side — returns to finish what she started. Read more.
Virginia Commonwealth University M.D.-Ph.D. student Dhruv Srinivasachar was inspired by a contestant named Cindy Stowell, who was battling stage 4 colon cancer when she completed a six-game winning streak. Read more.
VCU Guided Research Experiences & Applied Training, or VCU GREAT, grew out of Spit for Science, an ongoing universitywide research project at VCU that creates unique, cross-disciplinary opportunities for students to work with leading researchers in substance use and emotional health. Read more.
VCU students gathered on the Compass on Monday to sign posters, write letters and record video messages thanking donors for their support. Read more.