Southern Film Festival to screen films exploring theme of "Southern Justice"
September 6, 2017
Virginia Commonwealth University’s eighth annual Southern Film Festival will be held Sept. 6-9, 2017, and will feature five films centered on the theme of Screening Southern Justice. All screenings are free unless noted otherwise, and each screening features special guests who will participate in post-film discussions, including the legal, social and production aspects of the films.
The festival, founded in 2010, is sponsored by VCU’s College of Humanities and Sciences, the Department of English, the Department of History, the Division of Student Affairs, the Humanities Research Center, VCU Libraries, the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture, as well as the Virginia Historical Society and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
VCU Students Will Use Research Fellowships to Advance Inclusiveness
August 3, 2017
Two Virginia Commonwealth University undergraduates, Cheyenne Johnson and Christine Wyatt, are recipients of Undergraduate Research Fellowships for Inclusive Excellence for 2017.
Each fellow receives a $1,500 award, while their faculty mentors receive a $500 award. Both Johnson and Wyatt will present their work at the Spring 2018 Poster Day during the Undergraduate Research Symposium. This is the third year that the Division for Inclusive Excellence has sponsored an award.
VCU Students and Alumni to Attend Clinton Global Initiative University
June 29, 2017
A record-breaking nine Virginia Commonwealth University students and alumni have been accepted to participate in this fall’s Clinton Global Initiative University, a prestigious event that brings together more than 1,100 innovative students from around the world who are committed to tackling some of the most pressing challenges in the areas of education, environment and climate change, peace and human rights, poverty alleviation and public health.
Good Books for Your Summer Reading List
June 20, 2017
The first official day of summer is almost here and with it, thoughts of vacation: sandy beaches, road trips, staycations, and everything in between. For many of us, vacation means relaxing with a good book. To that end, Virginia Commonwealth University faculty members were asked to recommend books they feel would make good additions to anyone’s summer reading list. Read more
Also, consider the Diversity Library at the Division for Inclusive Excellence, 817 S. Cathedral Place. Books and DVDs are available to borrow, just bring your VCU ID. Here’s a link for information
. You can also call the Division at: (804) 828-1243.
Community Service with VCU ASPiRE
June 15, 2017
VCU ASPiRE is offering opportunities for faculty and staff to use community service leave this summer with partners like FeedMore and Habitat for Humanity. ASPiRE will do all of the heavy lifting, including transportation, coordinating logistics with the community partner and facilitating a debrief session following the service experience. Read more here.
For more information, contact Nannette Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org.