September 07, 2018
Call for Submissions – Monument Avenue: General Demotion/General Devotion (Closes 9/15)

The Storefront for Community Design, in partnership with VCU’s School of the Arts, is hosting a design competition to shape the future of Richmond. Called Monument Avenue: General Demotion/General Devotion, the competition asks participants to reconsider Monument Avenue’s role as a historic urban boulevard, its viability as a 5.4 mile interurban connector, its presence in

Continue Reading

July 27, 2018
2018-2019 Graduate School Mentorship Program

  2018-2019 Graduate School Mentorship Program Announcement and Call for Applications The Graduate School is pleased to announce a call for applications to the 2016-2017 Graduate School Mentorship Program (GSMP). The GSMP matches undergraduate and graduate students in mentoring relationships in order to expose undergraduate students to the graduate experience as they consider further study

Continue Reading

March 30, 2018
Submit to Auctus! Journal of Undergraduate Research

Our friends at Auctus, the campus journal of undergraduate research asked me to share this message below.  Enjoy!   ​Auctus is accepting submissions of creative scholarship in a broad range of media. ​Auctus’ mission is to provide a curated showcase of exceptional undergraduate work. We are currently seeking submissions for the creative section (as well

Continue Reading

November 13, 2017
The James R. Gregory Prize For Creative Entrepreneurship

Questions?  Email Matt Woolman, Executive Director of Entrepreneurship in the Center for the Creative Economy at mwoolman@vcu.edu.  Enjoy and good luck! Submit your application for admission into ARTS 353 here.  Please note that you will still need to register for the course, the online form does not register you.

October 27, 2017
Open Call Due 11/10: Umbra At VALET

  Ghosts are real, and they are everywhere. They are artificial, natural, and something in between all at once. Ghosts are immune to time, existing in the past, present, and future. Deposits of energy that we are able to catch glimpses of in ourselves and environment. How are ghosts created? Are they energy left by

Continue Reading

October 09, 2017
Undergraduate Research Grant Writing + Info Sessions

If you’re thinking about an Undergraduate Research Grant, or you’re definitely applying, I strongly advise you to attend one of two grant writing and information sessions hosted by Andrew Ilnicki, Director of Academic Technology and myself.  Writing a grant that is clear and streamlined is tricky, but possible with a few tips.  The last thing

Continue Reading