Richmond, Va.
Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014

In the spotlight

Carolin Goerzig, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness program, recently discussed the ways the U.S. differs with other countries in its policies related to negotiating with terror groups to save the lives of kidnap victims. Her remarks followed the recent killing of American journalist James Foley by members of the Islamic State.

Recent stories

Alumni

M.F.A. alumnus ‘paints’ pictures with sound

Three moments in Vaughn Garland’s life impacted him so greatly that they formed the inspiration for his latest project, a collection of thought-provoking sound bites from Virginia’s historic Route 5.

Community

VCU Dance releases 2014-2015 schedule

The VCU Department of Dance and Choreography kicks off its 2014-2015 season on Sept. 3 with a panel discussion on African-American stereotypes in performance.