Category: News

VCU President Michael Rao: VCU has the chance to lead 21st-century American higher education and health care

In his annual address, Rao outlined his vision for VCU’s future in a challenging national landscape, and revealed the launch of a new student innovation storefront.

Medicines for All Institute co-founder elected as National Academy of Inventors fellow

B. Frank Gupton will be inducted as a 2019 National Academy of Inventors fellow. Gupton is co-founder and CEO of the Medicines for All Institute, which works to increase global access to lifesaving medications by reducing manufacturing costs.

Commitment to creativity and digital literacy earns VCU designation as an Adobe Creative Campus

VCU is the first school in Virginia to be named an Adobe Creative Campus.

VCU names new assistant vice president of alumni relations

Elizabeth Bass will become assistant vice president of alumni relations at Virginia Commonwealth University on Nov. 4.

Edward Peeples, longtime VCU professor and tireless social justice advocate, dies

Ed Peeples conducted extensive research in issues of social justice and was a civil rights advocate who was involved in a variety of human rights reforms in Virginia.

Welcome to the City

A graphic for Welcome to the City invites alumni to find new connections in their communities.

Whether you’re new to your area or have lived there for years, Welcome to the City events connect you to your local VCU community and strengthen your ties to your alma mater.

Design expert Amir Berbić named dean of VCUarts in Qatar

Amir Berbic, a design expert who has worked in the United States, Europe and the Middle East, has been appointed dean of the Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Qatar, effective Aug. 1.

Catch a baseball game with VCU Alumni

VCU's mascot Rodney the Ram stands in front of a baseball diamond, holding a bat at the ready.

This summer, VCU Alumni is going out to the ballgame, and you’re invited.

Ling Ma wins the VCU Cabell First Novelist Award for ‘Severance’

Ling Ma's book, “Severance,” tells the survival story of an isolated young woman in New York City who is the last person to abandon her office job after an infectious disease originating in China sweeps across the globe.

Do it for our team: Take the Tournament Challenge!

Make a one-time gift of $8 today (and monthly if you want) in honor of our No. 8-seeded Rams.