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Colonial Orthopaedics physicians join VCU Health MCV Physicians

Colonial Orthopaedics physicians join VCU Health MCV Physicians

Virginia Commonwealth University Health System announced today that Colonial Orthopaedics physicians will join MCV Physicians, the physician practice group affiliated with VCU Health. This expansion of services will provide patients greater access to the best network of primary and specialty-care providers in the Tri-Cities area.

VCU Board of Visitors to meet March 21-22

VCU Board of Visitors to meet March 21-22

The VCU Board of Visitors will meet on Thursday, March 21, and Friday, March 22, on VCU’s Monroe Park Campus. The full meeting schedule is included below.

Amarise Carreras.

And the awards go to …

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has announced its 2019-20 fellowship recipients. More than half are from the Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts.

VCU School of Medicine students paired with residency programs at annual Match Day

VCU School of Medicine students paired with residency programs at annual Match Day

Fourth-year students attending the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine will participate in Match Day, which pairs medical students with residency programs in their chosen specialties, on Friday, March 15. Medical schools across the country participate annually in the Match. The National Resident Matching Program expects this year to be the largest in history.

A rendering of the new College of Health Professions facility.

VCU College of Health Professions celebrates ribbon-cutting of new building

The Virginia Commonwealth University College of Health Professions will celebrate the ribbon-cutting of its new 154,000-square-foot building on Monday, March 18. Attendees will have an opportunity to tour the new space, which is equipped with cutting-edge learning laboratories designed for patient simulation and diagnostic technology.

Kristen Lee gets help adjusting her tap shoes at a VCU home game. Photo by Kevin Morley, University Relations.

Lucky charms

Fans and players share the superstitions and game-day rituals they use to help lead the Rams to victory.

Man in white coat.

Massey expert provides insight on pancreatic cancer

In 2018, more than 55,000 people in the United States were diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, according to the National Cancer Institute. The pancreas is an organ behind the stomach that aids in digestion and regulating blood sugar levels.

Stanciu. Photo by Kevin Morley, University Relations.

English professor receives Fulbright award to teach, conduct research in Romania

Cristina Stanciu, Ph.D., an English professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, has received a prestigious Fulbright U.S. Scholar award to teach in Romania for one year and to conduct research for a new book manuscript, “Archives of Memory and Survival: Indigenous Representation in Residential School Literature and Film.”

Woman in business attire.

VCU dean named provost of University of Iowa

Montserrat (Montse) Fuentes, Ph.D., dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences, has accepted the position of executive vice president and provost of the University of Iowa, effective June 28.

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