Looking for a 1-credit class this spring? There are still spots left in UNIV 291 and UNIV 391, Intro to Career Planning and Management. This hands-on course is designed to explore potential career options and prepare you for everything you’ll need to successfully find an internship or job.
UNIV291 is for freshmen and UNIV391 is for sophomores, juniors, seniors.
INTRO CAREER PLAN & MGMT – 35674 – UNIV 291 – 005
Tuesday 2 – 2:50 pm
Oliver Hall- Education 2125
Instructors: Latisha Nichole Taylor, Rachel Elizabeth Rodney
INTRO CAREER PLAN & MGMT – 35588 – UNIV 291 – 006
Monday 11 – 11:50 am
Oliver Hall- Education 4068
Instructor: Danielle Dawn Pearles
INTRO CAREER PLAN & MGMT – 35591 – UNIV 391 – 008
Wednesday 10 – 10:50am
W Franklin Street Gym
Instructor: Jorge Emilio Piocuda
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POLI365, CRNs – 27647, 22455, and 28702
ARTF191, CRN – 35101
ARTH104, CRN20221, HONR398 Molecular Basis of Disease (CRN32007), HONR398 Job Search Communication (CRN35398), Psych498-499 (honors in psychology, contact the Psychology Department)
A new course module is being offered for spring 2017: Contemporary Conversations, taught by instructor, actor & director Addie Barnhart.
The HONORS 399/CRN 35400 module will meet from March 28-April 27 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30-11:45 a.m. in Honors Multipurpose Room 1303.
Contemporary Conversations is designed around classic and modern scripts that engage in issues relevant to current social issues and themes. Using the plays as a starting point to discover insight on the creative journey, this module focuses on how textual elements influence theatrical practices and conversations.
Spring 2017 registration begins at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, November 1. Be sure that you do not have any holds (e.g., advising, financial, immunizations) on your account that would prevent you from registering for classes.
Freshmen, if you are currently enrolled in HONR200, a seat has been reserved for you in HONR250 at the same meeting time for the spring semester. Likewise if you are enrolled in HONR250, a seat has been reserved for you in HONR200 at the same class time. Only students who MUST take a required course for their major resulting in a time conflict with their assigned section will be granted permission to enroll in a different section. If you anticipate a conflict, contact your Honors advisor.
If you have not made an appointment with your Honors advisor, don’t delay; Honors advising is required of all freshmen. Failure to meet with your Honors advisor will prevent you from registering for classes on November 1. Additionally, your major department may also require advising, so make sure that you are aware of your responsibilities.
Seniors, if you need to take an Honors core course (POLI365, PHYS215, MATH230, PHIL), we suggest you register as early as possible on November 1.
Monday, June 20, 2016
A record 11 Virginia Commonwealth University scholars have received U.S. Fulbright Student Program awards for the 2016-2017 academic year. This represents the largest group of recipients from VCU in a single year accepted to this nationally competitive program.
Four recipients have been awarded English Teaching Assistant grants and seven have been awarded research grants. Three recipients graduated in May, seven are recent alumni and one is a current student.
VCU has the largest number of Fulbright awards for 2016-2017 announced to date by a Virginia college or university.
“We’re proud of this record-setting class of 11 Fulbright scholars,” said VCU President Michael Rao, Ph.D. “Arriving from diverse personal backgrounds and with wide-ranging research interests, they truly represent the best VCU has to share with the world.”
Read more at: http://news.vcu.edu/article/Recordbreaking_11_VCU_scholars_receive_Fulbright_awards
If you’re planning to graduate in December 2016, your dossier is due August 1. In previous years, graduating seniors have been required to attend a dossier workshop before submitting the dossier. Effective this semester, however, you are able to watch a presentation in the dossier Black Board organization instead. You must then complete the accompanying quiz with a score of at least 80% before submitting the dossier.