Life Sciences: Swimming with dinosaurs
Few people know Virginia’s James River as intimately Matt Balazik (B.S.’05/H&S; M.S.’08/H&S; Ph.D.’12/LS). Like his father and grandfather before him, Balazik grew up swimming, fishing and rowing a boat through these waters and did his part to keep the riverbanks litter-free. Read more.
Life Sciences: Several alumni win REB awards
This year’s REB award winners came from a pool 146 teachers, who were nominated by students, parents and professional colleagues because of their effectiveness in the classroom and their passion for teaching. Seventeen teachers won grants with which to pursue nontraditional academic projects and goals. Fifteen finalists won $750 unrestricted cash grants. Read more.
News from Development and Alumni Relations
A message from Vice President Marti Heil — It's great to be at VCU! I am delighted to now call Virginia Commonwealth University and Richmond my home. I have spent my life in the Midwest, and I am excited to finally be here. VCU is truly a special place. And that’s why I embarked on this new adventure. Read more.
STAT makes huge leaps
Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow is the student chapter of VCU Alumni. As the largest registered student organization at VCU, it connects students and alumni and provides fun opportunities for students to become engaged. This year, STAT has excelled at increasing its membership, refining the organization and making a positive difference both on campus and in the community. Read more.
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