Students in Assistant Professor Marcia Winter’s PSYC 493 service-learning course are working with the Children’s Museum of Richmond to offer families hands-on science education.
Kristina Hipolito, a 2016 graduate of the College of Humanities and Sciences, was selected for the internship from a pool of 9,934 applicants.
Each semester, the Service-Learning Office invites every student enrolled in a service-learning class to participate in the Service-Learning Impact Measure evaluation to help improve the service-learning program at VCU.
Since taking Assistant Professor Jamie Fueglein's service-learning course during her first year at VCU, Ortiz has served as a Service-Learning Teaching Assistant for four semesters.
Throughout the 2015-2016 academic year, VCU Sociology service-learning students collaborated with "The Green Team," a group of students from the Oak Grove/Bellemeade Community Center, to create a video about their community.
Amanda Hall, a Ph.D. student in the School of Education’s curriculum, culture and change track, was named one of the Virginia Jaycess Outstanding Young Virginians for 2016.
The #ChangeOurSchoolsRVA campaign is organized by doctoral students in the service-learning course "Advanced Seminar in Social Processes of Education."
The Cornerstone Community Farm will help combat food insecurity and stormwater runoff in a setting that promotes education and conservation-minded agricultural production.
As hundreds of service-learning students kick-off another academic year this fall, the Service-Learning Office is evaluating last academic year’s courses to help determine the impact service-learning has on students.
A roughly $800,000 grant will allow the School of Nursing to implement a program to increase the number of nurses in community-based clinical sites that provide care to underserved populations.
Maya Chesley,'15, will travel to Panama to teach English and will work on a journal to chronicle the relationship between city residents and nature.
Part of a service-learning class, "Alleviating Food Deserts in Richmond, Virginia," helps to bridge the healthy food gap.
Dogs from the Richmond SPCA team up with the VCU Political Science Department to celebrate Super Tuesday with an Election Day Festival at the University Student Commons.
The Service-Learning course "Middle of Broad" was featured in a Feb. 9 Style Weekly article.
Students who took part in the evaluation were entered to win two raffle prize packages.
Twenty-seven VCU students traveled to New Hampshire during winter break to get a firsthand look at the New Hampshire presidential primary as part of a VCU political science course, Political Campaigns and Communication.
Professor Isabelle Richman had her opinion piece published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, highlighting the 12th annual Acts of Faith Theatre Festival.
As the new associate director, Katie Elliott is interested in deepening collaboration and relationships across the university.
The class was supported by a $20,000 community engagement grant called “A Welcoming Richmond.”
Students in the service-learning course NURS 416 provided over 80 flu vaccines to area residents.