Representatives from all academic and major support units help facilitate VCU becoming a national model for community engagement and regional impact.
In June, ASPiRE student fellow Josh Ring mentored middle school students during a trip to Boston and Acadia National Park in Maine.
ASPiRE students work daily in the community's garden, which yields sunflowers, lavender, snapdragons, chamomile, zinnias, dill, basil, mint and parsley.
Join VCU Police, Richmond Police and local neighborhoods for National Night Out.
Join VCU AmeriCorps for an information session from 1 to 2 p.m. at 1103 West Marshall Street.
Join the DCE to discuss pre-selected readings and/or videos that impact community-engaged teaching, learning, outreach and research.
VCU’s Council for Community Engagement celebrated the university’s commitment to community engagement during a May 5 ceremony on campus.
During the event, one-year grants of up to $20,000 were awarded to six university-community programs. The grants, funded jointly by the Office of the Provost and the Vice President for Health Sciences, support interdisciplinary projects designed to enhance and increase university engagement with the Greater Richmond community and to contribute to the research and teaching of VCU units.
Vice Provost for Communiy Engagement Catherine Howard, Ph.D, is featured in the Provost Office's “Profiles in Learning,” video series. She discusses the mission of VCU’s Division of Community Engagement and how it contributes to the success of VCU’s strategic plan, Quest for Distinction.