Events

Diversity at VCU and Beyond

Diversity and inclusion events at VCU take place across campus and throughout Richmond. Check each month below for a full listing of upcoming events.

September

September Events, 2017:

September 6, 2017: The Office of Student Accessibility and Educational Opportunity (SAEO), formerly Disability Support Services (DSS), holds an open house event at its office in the University Student Commons, Suite 102 from 10:00am - 4:00pm. Students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend to meet the staff, pick up some SAEO swag, learn about the new testing procedures and ask questions. For more information, contact Ian Kunkes at ibkunkes@vcu.edu or (804) 828-2144 or visit http://saeo.vcu.edu.

September 6, 2017: The National Scholarship Office hosts an information session on two fully-funded opportunities to study abroad and learn a foreign language - the Boren Awards for International Study and the Critical Language Scholarship Program - in West Grace Street Student Housing-North, Room 1030 G/H from 2:00pm - 3:00pm. For more information, contact National Scholarship Office at natlscholar@vcu.edu.

September 6, 2017: VCU's Southern Film Festival in partnership with the Humanities Research Center holds a screening of the documentary "Gender Revolution," followed by a conversation with special guests Gavin Grimm and Bill Farrar, in Cabell Library, Third Floor Lecture Hall. The screening will be moderated by Bethany Coston. A reception will be held at 6 p.m., followed by the film at 6:30 p.m. Free, but registration is requested. For more information, contact Emilie Raymond at eeraymond@vcu.edu or (804) 828-1635 or visit http://wp.vcu.edu/sff/.

September 6, 2017: The Office of Student Accessibility and Educational Opportunity (SAEO), formerly Disability Support Services (DSS), holds an open house event at its office in the University Student Commons, Suite 102 from 10:00am - 4:00pm. Students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend to meet the staff, pick up some SAEO swag, learn about the new testing procedures and ask questions. For more information, contact Ian Kunkes at ibkunkes@vcu.edu or (804) 828-2144 or visit http://saeo.vcu.edu.

September 6 - 9, 2017:  VCU’s eighth annual Southern Film Festival features five films centered on the theme of Screening Southern Justice.  All screenings are free unless otherwise noted, and features special guests who will participate in post-film discussions, including the legal, social and production aspects of the films.  Read the VCU News article here, including screening dates and time.

September 7, 2017: The Catholic Graduate Student Organization invites all who have an interest in connecting with others of like faith to a luncheon meet and greet with free pizza and drinks in McGlothlin Medical Education Center, Room 6-101 from 12:00pm - 1:00pm. Attendees will learn about the group and meet with some of the leadership. RSVP to the contact below. For more information, contact Mario Dance at medance@vcu.edu or (804) 828-9838.

September 8, 2017: Join the VCU Center on Health Disparities for lunch and conversation. Grab ideas and network for classrooms, the work place, friends, community and volunteer opportunities! The Centering Pregnancy Rountable with VCU Program Manager, Kirsten Olsen, LPN will be held in the VCU Larrick Student Center (900 Turpin Street - Jackson Ward Conference Room) from 12pm-1pm. Please find more information on their Facebook page.

September 8, 2017: In recognition of National Recovery Month, the VCU Health Division of Addiction Medicine sponsors the second annual Substance Abuse Education and Recovery Resources Fair for clinicians, VCU staff, families, patients and visitors in the VCU Medical Center, Main Hospital, Learning Center at 8:00am. For more information, contact Natalie Powers at natalie.powers@vcuhealth.org or (804) 828-9915.

September 8, 2017: The VCU Southern Film Festival screens the films "My Cousin Vinny," "Loving" and "An Outrage" as part of its 2017 series "Screening Southern Justice." All films are free for VCU faculty, staff and students. "My Cousin Vinny" will be shown on Friday, Sept. 8, at 6:30 p.m. at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 200 N. Boulevard. "Loving" will be shown on Saturday, Sept. 9, at 3 p.m. at the Virginia Historical Society, 428 N. Boulevard. "An Outrage" will be shown on Saturday, Sept. 9, at 6 p.m. at the Virginia Historical Society. For more information, contact Emilie Raymond at eeraymond@vcu.edu or (804) 828-1635 or visit http://wp.vcu.edu/sff.

September 11, 2017: Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) holds its first general body meeting of the semester in West Grace Street Student Housing-South, Room 1004A from 7:00pm - 8:00pm. For more information, contact Nujuma Moussa at moussana@vcu.edu.

September 12, 2017: The Humanities Research Center, along with the Office of the President, Office of the Dean for Humanities and Sciences and the Creative Writing Program, announce that acclaimed author Junot Díaz will visit VCU and give a public reading in Cabell Library, Lecture Hall at 6:00pm. The reading will be followed by a question-and-answer session, book-signing and reception. Admission is free and all are welcome. For more information, contact Janelle Moretti at jamoretti@vcu.edu or visit https://humanitiescenter.vcu.edu/fall-2017-speaker-series-junot-diaz/.

September 12, 2017: Muevelo, a latin dance organization at VCU, hosts a 'Learn How to Salsa' workshop at West Grace Street Student Housing-North, Room 1030C from 7:00pm - 8:00pm. No experience is required. For details, email muevelovcu@gmail.com For more information, contact Louisa Gamor at gamorls@vcu.edu.

September 12, 2017: The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs are hosting a Hip-Hop Summit. The first event, titled 'Teach In: Speaking Truth to Power!' will be from 12:00pm-2:30pm in the Student Commons, Suite 215 with special guest, Raymond Patton. For more information, please visit OMSA's website.

September 12, 2017: Catholic Campus Ministry at VCU holds its first general body meeting in the University Student Commons, Virginia Rooms C-D at 8:00pm. All are welcome to attend to discuss the ministry, events and programs. For more information, contact Allison Barnes at barnesam6@mymail.vcu.edu.

September 13, 2017: The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs presents a free screening of the documentary "Fresh Dressed" in the University Student Commons Theater from 12:30pm - 2:30pm. "Fresh Dressed" is a fascinating chronicle of hip-hop, urban fashion, and the hustle that brought oversized pants and graffiti-drenched jackets from Orchard Street to high fashion catwalks and Middle America shopping malls. For more information, contact David Brown at dgbrown@vcu.edu or (804) 828-6672 or visit http://omsa.vcu.edu/.

September 13, 2017: The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs presents a panel discussion featuring the iconic Jorge "Fabel" Pabon, Grandmaster Caz and Roxanne Shante in the University Student Commons, Richmond Salons from 6:00pm - 8:00pm. Richmond's own DJ Lonnie B will be moderating a discussion with the panel. These legends of hip hop will be discussing how this genre has changed the landscape of music, dance and hip hop as a social justice movement. For more information, contact David Brown at dgbrown@vcu.edu or (804) 828-6672 or visit http://omsa.vcu.edu/.

September 13, 2017: The Center for Teaching Excellence and the Division of Inclusive Excellence offer a special session for faculty in the Academic Learning Commons, Room 4100, on managing controversial topics that may surface in the classroom from noon to 1 p.m. Click here to register for this event. For more information, contact Tiffany Freitas at freitast@vcu.edu.

September 13, 2017: The Office of the President presents Governor McAuliffe's Civic Engagement Task Force Roundtable in the Cabell Library, Room 250 from 4:00pm - 5:30pm. Kelly Thomasson, Virginia Secretary of the Commonwealth, and Imani Yeboah, VCU Millennial Civic Engagement Task Force student representative, will discuss civic engagement. Attendees will share how they have engaged civically and learn new ways to better engage, further support the community and step into state government. For more information, contact Cindy Martin at cwmartin@vcu.edu or (804) 828-3836.

September 14, 2017: The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs presents a "Teach-In" with Brittney Maddox in the University Student Commons, Suite 215 from 10:00am - 12:00pm. Attendees will enjoy a presentation about hip-hop's relationship to rappers and other urban artists. The presentation will discuss prominent rappers who have shared their experience, party culture as self-medication, and gender expectations within hip-hop. For more information, contact David Brown at dgbrown@vcu.edu or (804) 828-6672 or visit http://omsa.vcu.edu/.

September 14, 2017: Legend of Cool Disco Dan" in the University Student Commons, Suite 215 from 2:00pm - 4:00pm. A feature documentary, narrated by D.C. native Henry Rollins, that tells the story of Washington, D.C. in the 1980s through the eyes of D.C. graffiti legend, COOL "DISCO" DAN. Blending exclusive interviews with dozens of local and national celebrities along with archival footage, D.C. natives offer the most comprehensive portrait to date. For more information, contact David Brown at dgbrown@vcu.edu or (804) 828-6672 or visit http://omsa.vcu.edu/.

September 14, 2017: The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs presents an evening with MC Lyte and Mad Skillz in the University Student Commons, Richmond Salons from 7:00pm - 9:00pm from 8:00pm - 11:55pm. MC Lyte is a rapper who gained fame in the late-80s, becoming the first solo female rapper to release a full album with 1988's critically-acclaimed "Lyte as a Rock." She's long been considered one of hip-hop's pioneer feminists. Mad Skillz is a rapper known for his acclaimed 1996 album "From Where???", a reference to his origins in Virginia. He is also known for his yearly "Rap Ups." For more information, contact David Brown at dgbrown@vcu.edu or (804) 828-6672 or visit http://omsa.vcu.edu/.

September 15, 2017: The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs celebrates the start of Latinx Heritage Month with an event featuring G. Antonio Espinoza, Ph.D., Department of History, in the University Student Commons, Room 215 from 1:00pm - 3:00pm. For more information, contact Kishla Conner at connerka2@mymail.vcu.edu.

September 15, 2017: The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs presents "Art of Noise" at the Larrick Student Center. The event will feature Kelli Lemon, Mad Skillz, and DJ Lonnie B. Attendees must attend two or more "Hip Hop Summit" events to attend the "Art of Noise: DJ'ing is an Art." The DJ's won't just play songs, they will paint pictures with sounds and enhance what a person is feeling based on what they're playing. Attendees are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes to this old skool hip hop party. For more information, contact David Brown at dgbrown@vcu.edu or (804) 828-6672 or visit http://omsa.vcu.edu/.

September 15, 2017: The Intercultural Festival presents its welcome back event, "Fall Back In Love With ICF," in the University Student Commons, Richmond Salons from 1:00pm - 3:00pm. Attendees will enjoy free pizza, cultural activities, musical chairs and bingo. Three grand prizes will be given for lucky winners. For more information, contact Alisha Losinno at losinnoae@mymail.vcu.edu.

September 15, 2017: Black Art Student Empowerment holds a social mixer in West Grace Street Student Housing-South, Room 1004A from 6:00pm - 9:00pm. This is an opportunity for attendees to meet, mingle and connect with the students and staff of VCUarts. For more information, contact Vidal Coles at colesva@vcu.edu.

September 15, 2017: Do you self-identify as a woman of color? In this study, you will be asked questions related to your racial/ethnic identity, self-concept, experiences of insults, and sexual health. The survey will take approx. 30 to 60 minutes. You will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win one of four VISA Gift Card (if you qualify). Take the pre-screen survey to see if you qualify - https://vcupsych.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_etX8Rw3VbprbEXz For more info, contact Chelsie at dunnce@vcu.edu For more information, contact Chelsie Dunn at dunnce@vcu.edu.

September 16, 2017: The Muslim Students Association presents its Eid Banquet in the University Student Commons, Richmond Salons at 7:00pm. This is the biggest MSA event of the semester in celebration of Eid Al Adha, one of the major holidays in the Islamic religion. For details, email vcumsa@gmail.com For more information, contact Moazan Rehman at rehmanm@vcu.edu.

September 16, 2017: Tiranga-Indian Nationals at VCU holds a new student welcome event, "Parichaya," in the University Student Commons, Virginia Rooms A-D from 6:00pm - 9:00pm. Attendees will have fun while meeting some new and old people from the community and have an opportunity to socialize. There will be food, games, raffle prizes, gifts and dancing. Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact Atanu Giri at giria@mymail.vcu.edu or (804) 937-7041.

September 19, 2017: The Media, Art and Text Ph.D. program presents the annual Marcel Cornis-Pope Lecture, "Too Much and Not Enough: Tales of a Diasporic South Asian Indian Scholar Activist," given by Archana Pathak, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, at The Depot at 3:00pm. Reception to follow. Free and open to the public. For more information, contact Eric Garberson at eggarberson@vcu.edu or visit http://www.matx.vcu.edu/news/index.html.

September 19, 2017: The Division for Inclusive Excellence presents "Afro-Latinx Culture in Music, Theater and Performance" in the University Student Commons Theater from 2:00pm - 4:00pm. Petra Rivera-Rideau, Ph.D., Wellesley College, and Patricia Herrera, Ph.D., University of Richmond, will examine Afro-Latinx culture and its expression in popular music, theater and performance. Rivera-Rideau is the author of "Remixing Reggaeton: The Cultural Politics of Race in Puerto Rico." Herrera's forthcoming book studies the work of female artists of the Nuyorican Poets Café, and is one of the organizers of "Nuestras Historias: Latinos in Richmond," a current exhibition at The Valentine. Free and open to the public. To register, visit the website below. For more information, contact Division for Inclusive Excellence at inclusive@vcu.edu or (804) 828-8947 or visit http://go.vcu.edu/latinxfallevents.

September 19, 2017: Science, Technology and Society kicks off its fall 2017 speaker series, "Science Fact, Science Fiction," featuring Evelynn Hammonds discussing "The Marginalization of Experience: Woman of Color in STEM" in the University Student Commons, Richmond Salons I-II from 12:30pm - 2:00pm. Women of color have historically had the lowest participation rate of any demographic group in scientific and technical fields. This talk will examine the long history of the under-representation of women of color in STEM fields. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact John Powers at jcpowers@vcu.edu or visit http://sts.vcu.edu/current-lecture-series/fall-lectures/evelynn-hammonds/.

September 19, 2017: The Diversity Problem in Science: Join VCU's Science, Technology, and Society Program for an atmosphere where no science background is needed and all questions are welcome. Don't miss your chance to explore the intersection of science, history and society. This event will be held at the Speakeasy (526 North Second Street, Richmond, VA 23219) from 5:45pm - 8:00pm. Room for 100 curious minds. Seating is on a first-come basis. Attend for free or make a donation. 

September 20, 2017: The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs hosts a Latinx Alumni Career Panel featuring Jorge Piocuda, Sara Chicas, Aila Castane and Daniella Pizzaro in the University Student Commons, Room 215 from 6:00pm - 8:00pm. Food and drinks will be provided. For more information, contact Kishla Conner at connerka2@mymail.vcu.edu.

September 21, 2017: The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs hosts Anita Nadal, assistant professor, School of World Studies, for a discussion on the understanding of Latinx cultures in the University Student Commons, Suite 215 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm. For more information, contact Kishla Conner at connerka2@mymail.vcu.edu.

September 21, 2017: VCUDine hosts a Hawaiian Luau Dinner Bash at Shafer Court Dining Center from 4:00pm - 8:00pm. Attendees can swipe in to enjoy Kalua Pork with tropical salsa, fried plantains, sweet and sour shrimp, Hawaiian-stuffed sweet potato, pineapple upside-down cake, and pina colada cookies. Hula dancers will be performing and a special themed gift will be given to the first 50 guests. For a complete menu with uppercut information, follow @VCUDine on social media or visit the website below. For more information, contact Lauren Hay at lhay@vcu.edu or (804) 828-1148 or visit http://vcu.campusdish.com.

September 22, 2017: Women in Science at VCU hosts its fall food drive from Sept. 11-22. Various donation boxes can be found in Sanger Hall, McGlothlin Medical Education Center, Molecular Medicine Research Building, Wood Building, Lyons Building and the Kontos Medical Science Building. Food donations will benefit FeedMore and RamPantry. For more information, contact Erin Mooney at ecmooney@vcu.edu.

September 22, 2017: The Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs and Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia present "Confronting Barriers: Strategies for Housing Equality" in the University Student Commons from 9:00am - 5:00pm. Attendees will hear from a variety of national and local experts about the responsibility to affirmatively promote equitable access to opportunity in communities. To register, visit the website below. For more information, contact Pamela Stallsmith at pstallsmith@vcu.edu or (804) 828-4581 or visit http://wilder.vcu.edu.

September 27, 2017: Part of the events commemorating Hispanic Heritage Month at VCU, Losing Sonia Sotomayor: An American Life After Multiculturalism, features Professor Lazaro Lima (University of Richmond) who will discuss his forthcoming book on Sonia Sotomayor, the first Hispanic and Latina Justice of the US Supreme Court. This event from 12:30-2:00pm is located at the VCU Commons Theater (907 Floyd Avenue). This event is free and open to the public.

September 28, 2017: The International Studies Program presents "Monument Avenue, History and Social Justice in Richmond" in the Academic Learning Commons, Room 2104 at 7:00pm. This will be a panel discussion on the politics of memory, commemoration and a more inclusive Richmond and will feature Daryl Fraser, School of Social Work; Herb Hirsch, Department of Political Science; John Kneebone, Department of History; and will be moderated by Faedah M. Totah. For more information, contact Mayda Topoushian at mtopoushian@vcu.edu.

October

October Events, 2017:

October 3, 2017: The Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs presents the "Executive Police Panel Discussion: Diversity and Inclusion in Policing," featuring panelists from area jurisdictions who will share their expertise on diversity and inclusion surrounding law enforcement as it relates to hiring, recruitment and retention in policing, in the University Student Commons, Richmond Salons from 11:00am - 1:00pm. Free and open to the public. For more information, contact Chernoh Wurie at cmwurie@vcu.edu or visit http://www.wilder.vcu.edu.
 
October 4, 2017:  Celebrate the 2017 Service Awards, the 46th annual service awards celebration for VCU and VCU Health faculty and staff with five to 55 years of service. The ceremony and reception is from 3-5 p.m. in the Stuart C. Siegel Center. For more information, contact Debbie Fitzgerald at dmfitzge@vcu.edu or visit Rewards and Recognition at the the Human Resources website.
 
October 6, 2017: The Anderson and the VCU Muslim Student Association are pleased to announce a call to all VCU and VCUQatar students to participate in a juried exhibition of student photography. The call seeks works that provides interesting and insightful perspectives on contemporary Muslim life throughout the world. Participants do not have to be practicing art students and up to three submissions to this site are permitted. The deadline to submit is October 6, 2017.
 
October 13, 2017:  Join the VCU Center on Health Disparities for lunch and conversation. Grab ideas and network for classrooms, the work place, friends, community and volunteer opportunities! The Sugar Free Me? Rountable with health advocate and sugar survivor, Melissa Burton will be held in the VCU Larrick Student Center (900 Turpin Street - Jackson Ward Conference Room) from 12pm-1pm. Please find more information on their Facebook page.
 
October 17, 2017:  The Intersection of Immigration and Disability features Conchita Hernandez Legorreta, co-founder of the National Coalition for Latinx with Disabilities, who will discuss the intersection of immigration and disability, and the importance of translation and interpretation for social justice.  This event from 5:00-6:30pm will be held in the VCU Aspire Building at 835 West Grace Street, room 1004A.  This event is free and open to the public.

 

November

November Events, 2017:

November 3, 2017:Join the VCU Center on Health Disparities for lunch and conversation. Grab ideas and network for classrooms, the work place, friends, community and volunteer opportunities! The Richmond EssentiALZ Rountable from the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Richmond will be held in the VCU Larrick Student Center (900 Turpin Street - Jackson Ward Conference Room) from 12pm-1pm. Please find more information on their Facebook page.

December

December Events, 2017: 

December 1-2, 2017: LGBTQIA+ Leadership Conference: NSLDC Pride is a leadership conference which provides student leaders with the skillsets to encourage a society free of anti-LGBTQA+ prejudice, bigotry and hate on their campuses. Through experiential workshops, keynote sessions, and roundtable discussions; students will be given the tools to become stronger leaders and allies to the LGBTQA+ community by practicing inclusion in their organizations and on their campuses. During the conference students will be led through facilitated workshops to develop a campus action plan to bring back to their own campuses and communities. Check out the NSLDC PRIDE website for more information. 

January

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February

February Events, 2018:

February 9, 2018: Join the VCU Center on Health Disparities for lunch and conversation. Grab ideas and network for classrooms, the work place, friends, community and volunteer opportunities! The Hands-Only CPR, a free annual training, Rountable with the Richmond Ambulance Authority will be held in the VCU Larrick Student Center (900 Turpin Street - Jackson Ward Conference Room) from 12pm-1pm. Please find more information on their Facebook page.

February 23, 2018: Join the VCU Center on Health Disparities for lunch and conversation. Grab ideas and network for classrooms, the work place, friends, community and volunteer opportunities! The Fraud and Reproducibility: Conflict of interest concerns for you and research integrity Rountable with Cristen Jandreau, PhD of VCU's Office of Research and Innovation will be held in the VCU Larrick Student Center (900 Turpin Street - Jackson Ward Conference Room) from 12pm-1pm. Please find more information on their Facebook page.

March

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April

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April 6, 2018: Join the VCU Center on Health Disparities for lunch and conversation. Grab ideas and network for classrooms, the work place, friends, community and volunteer opportunities! The Health Insurance, Saftey Nets, and Virginia Coordinated Care Rountable with Community Outreach Manager, Kimberly Lewis, MEd, MCHES will be held in the VCU Larrick Student Center (900 Turpin Street - Jackson Ward Conference Room) from 12pm-1pm. Please find more information on their Facebook page.

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August

August Events, 2017:

August 7-10, 2017: This 4-day Building Inclusive Communities (BIC) workshop is part of the train-the-trainer process for BIC facilitators. 
 
August 18, 2017: The Division for Inclusive Excellence hosts the 2017 Equity and Inclusion Leadership Symposium from 9:00am - 4:30pm. This symposium, by and for the VCU community provides a forum to examine and engage around emerging and challenging topics in diversity, inclusion, equity and access. Connecting VCU's commitment to diversity with significant, material action, the Division for Inclusive Excellence invites the VCU community to gain substantive tools, tips and best practices to make your impact real. For more information, contact Austin Higgs at inclusive@vcu.edu or visit http://www.inclusive.vcu.edu/initiatives/equity-and-inclusion-leadership-symposium/.
 
August 29, 2017: The Well hosts a Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming (TGNC) Support Group every Tuesday from 2-4 p.m. beginning Aug. 29. Students who identify in the TGNC community (including, but not limited to: trans, non-binary, gender fluid, genderqueer, agender, bigender) are welcome to attend this confidential space. To register, use the email address below. For more information, contact Kaylin Tingle at MyOptions@vcu.edu or (804) 828-7695.
 
August 31, 2017: Fall 2017 Latinx Bienvenida at VCU offers opportunity to socialize and network with VCU's Latinx community. This event is free and open to all VCU faculty, staff and students from 12:30-2:00pm at the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA), VCU Student Commons, Suite 215.For information: OMSA.
 
August 31, 2017: The Muslim Students Association presents a picnic at Bryan Park, 4308 Hermitage Rd at 5:30pm. The park will be reserved and food will be provided. This event will provide students a change of scenery and allow them to enjoy the fresh air while enjoying each other's company. For more information, contact Moazan Rehman at rehmanm@vcu.edu.
 
August 31, 2017: I Am That Girl holds its first general body meeting in the University Student Commons at 7:00pm. For more information, contact Shantel Ericsson at ericssonsy@mymail.vcu.edu.
 
August 31, 2017: Students Advocating Violence Education and Support (SAVES) holds an interest meeting in the University Student Commons, Alumni Board Room from 7:00pm - 8:00pm. SAVES is a peer education group on campus speaking and raising awareness on the topics of sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking. Attendees will learn more about the organization to see if they would be interested in joining. For more information, contact SAVES at VCU at saves@vcu.edu.

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