Feb. 11, 2022
‘Understanding who is more likely to believe certain types of misinformation brings us closer to understanding why this is the case, which in turn may help us address this concerning issue.’
‘Heart of Atlanta’: Alum’s book tells the story behind the first legal challenges to the Civil Rights Act
Jan. 19, 2022
Ronnie Greene writes about the bravery of five Black ministry students and pastors who became unsung heroes of the civil rights movement.
Jan. 11, 2022
Jan. 10, 2022
Campbell’s ‘Women in White Coats’ recounts the crucial moment ‘when women doctors demanded the right to heal and be healed.’
Dec. 6, 2021
Her eight-year journey to a VCU degree was full of obstacles — including multiple organ transplants. Now, the public relations student aspires to a career in the field of organ donation advocacy.
Nov. 30, 2021
The mass communications student and intern-turned-administrative coordinator at the Greater Richmond Partnership enjoys working in social media and ‘letting people be heard.’
Nov. 17, 2021
Waller’s journey to WABC-TV — the most watched station in the nation’s largest media market — has been one of big stories and big dreams.
Nov. 9, 2021
A VCU-led study of students in 7 countries early in the pandemic finds that effective messages emphasized that social distancing would protect against COVID-19 and that it was something people could easily do.
Sept. 20, 2021
Guidry, a VCU professor and researcher, has been studying public health communication for years. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become a topic of international importance.
Sept. 3, 2021
The annual awards recognize faculty for their teaching, scholarship and service.