Academics

October 02, 2012
Cross-Disciplinary Courses Spring 2013

Every semester the dean’s office makes a call out to all faculty to put forward proposals for cross-disciplinary courses.  This is the result of requests from you, students, to have access to other disciplines. There’s a really good lineup for Spring.  The listing is below, and you may find these ARTS 491 courses under “Arts

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August 23, 2012
VCUarts Updates

Welcome Back Undergraduates! I hope you all had a great summer!  For those of you that are new, welcome!  We’re so happy you’re here with us.  If you’re returning, this will serve as a refresher: Did you know there is a resource section for you at arts.vcu.edu/students, with everything from a link for scholarship info

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August 23, 2012
Critical Add/Drop Information

Hello Undergraduates! Again welcome back.  Another quick email to let you know about some of the nitty gritty deadlines you’re about to face. As a reminder, add/drop is the first seven calendar days of a semester, (Fall 2012 add/drop and late registration is August 23-29)  This is how it works: Wednesday August 29th is the

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May 08, 2012
MORE cross-disciplinary courses AND Student Art Space interns wanted!

Hello Undergraduates, Opportunities keep coming in that I can’t help but let you know about.   The following course has a time change: Creative Entrepreneurship ARTS 491-006 Fridays, 9-11:30A, Pollak 321 3 credits Students engage their creative thinking abilities, processes and methodologies to identify needs, and transform opportunities into sustainable business ventures. Students evaluate entrepreneurial

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April 11, 2012
More cross-disciplinary courses: Summer and fall

Feminist And Queer Theoretical Approaches To Contemporary Visual ArtFall 201227375 WMNS 491 002 3 creditsTR 11:00 am-12:15 pmSandra Burke (P) 01/17-05/05 HIBBS 0262 This class will examine a selection of contemporary artworks and look to understand their intersection with gender and sexuality, as well as race, class, and nationality. We will analyze the work in

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