Richmond, Va.
Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014

Saving football

Long-time fan and associate professor in the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology at the VCU School of Medicine, Ray Colello, Ph.D., might help solve the concussion crisis – from his garage.

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In the spotlight

Over the course of two years, Wendy Kliewer, Ph.D., a psychology professor at VCU, surveyed more than 300 low-income female caregivers who were parenting children in the Richmond area to learn how high levels of violence, noise, crowding and other stressful factors, such as health issues, family conflicts and concerns about money, were affecting their ability to raise the children.

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Saving football

Long-time fan and associate professor in the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology at the VCU School of Medicine, Ray Colello, Ph.D., might help solve the concussion crisis – from his garage.

Alumni

VCU grad crowned Miss Maryland USA

Mamé Adjei, who graduated from VCU in May, has been crowned Miss Maryland USA and will compete in the Miss USA pageant in summer 2015.

Community

Digging through dyslexia

The VCU School of Education recently invited Jack Horner to campus for the Ruth Harris Lecture in Dyslexia Studies to speak about his paleontology career and the impact dyslexia has had on it.