Business: Alumna-student wins big on ‘Wheel of Fortune’
Growing up in Louisa County, Verniece Love (B.S.’09/B) watched "Wheel of Fortune" every evening at 7 p.m. with her grandmother, Deloris Johnson, who raised her. Each weeknight, Johnson would set aside the time to watch the show, and Love would plop next to her on the sofa and watch with her. Read more.
Awards announced to advance VCU global priorities
Virginia Commonwealth University’s Global Education Office has awarded 18 grants of up to $20,000 to projects that support the university’s global priorities to improve the recruitment and retention of international students and scholars, increase the global engagement of VCU students and faculty, and expand VCU’s global footprint through research, teaching and global engagement. Read more.
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Virginia Commonwealth University is steadfast in ensuring that all VCU students are provided with the valuable opportunity to enhance their learning through programs offered through each of the school’s respective departments. Read more.
Robertson: NBA’s CMO makes a stop on campus
When the commissioner of the NBA told Pam El (B.S.’83/MC) in late June that she had been hired as the NBA’s chief marketing officer, El waited until he left the room – and then she did a happy dance. Landing the job, she said, was a dream come true. Read more.
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