Category results for: Sarah Golding

VCU Biology Faculty Members Involved With Leaders for Inclusive Learning program

Leaders for Inclusive Learning program helps train instructors on how to best serve students through inclusive teaching and learning practices. These practices are then brought back to their faculty peers in their departments to have a greater impact and help lead systemic change. The program was first brought to life by Sarah Golding, PH.D., an […]

3 Biology Faculty and Staff Receive Advising Certificates of Merit

The VCU University Academic Advising Board has awarded certificates of merit for excellence in advising to three members of the Department of Biology. “The goal of the UAAB Awards Program is to encourage a wider support and recognition of outstanding advising at Virginia Commonwealth University. Awards are presented across five different categories to individuals who […]

Being a Biology Major at VCU – Student/Faculty Panel

Faculty and students in VCU Biology discuss their experiences in the department and what a Biology major can expect when they accept their offer to attend VCU. Watch the panel discussion recorded on Zoom.

Biology Faculty, Staff to Serve on CHS and University Organizations

Several members of the VCU Biology community will serve on university and college organizations for Academic Year 2020 (Fall 2019 – Summer 2020). Carolina Yáber was elected to be Secretary for Faculty Council of the College of Humanities and Sciences.  Carolina is an assistant professor in VCU Biology. Gerron Scott was elected to serve as […]

VCU News: $1.48M grant to aid community college students from underrepresented groups interested in biomedical sciences

VCU News has recently published an article featuring the recently renewed Bridges to the Baccalaureate grant in VCU Biology.  This program, lead by Karen Kester and Sarah Golding and with academic advising from Alvin Bryant, aims to help underrepresented community college students successfully transfer into a four-year institution. Full Article: “$1.48M grant to aid community […]