Six VCU Honors College students take leaps of faith for their IES capstone projects
The VCU Office of Institutional Equity, Effectiveness and Success (IES) offers flexible semester-long projects that challenge students to pursue their unique interests. This semester, six brave Honors College students paired off to co-create their own capstone projects under the guidance of a team lead from the VCU Office of Institutional Equity, Effectiveness and Success (IES).
Two Lobs & Lessons program counselors began their journeys as participants
As children, Cameron Mattex and Mitsuko Cedras enrolled in programs offered by the VCU Mary and Frances Youth Center. Now they work as counselors for the same programs they attended. In 2015, Cameron Mattex and Mitsuko Cedras attended Discovery, a summer camp led by the Mary and Frances Youth Center for rising sixth- to eighth-graders. […]
The Power in Their Narrative
As 2020 introduced COVID-19 to the world, it lands on VCU’s doorstep and brought uncertainty and anxiety. And while this global pandemic has kept us physically apart, it is still vital to hear from each other as we work to overcome this unexpected adversity. Department of Focused Inquiry professor Tanya Boucicaut inspires and encourages her spring 2020 students to share […]
An Interview with Kim Rahimian – A VCU Class of 2020 Occupational Therapy Graduate Student
“I’m originally from California, so making the transition across the country was different. I knew nobody in Virginia. That was scary and exciting. Grad school had its ups and its downs, but I will say I was able to find my sense of community.” Last week we had the opportunity to chat with Kim Rahimian […]