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News / October 11, 2017

“The People’s Debate: Tackling State and National Issues with Your Questions” on Nov. 2

“The People’s Debate: Tackling State and National Issues with Your Questions” will be led by L. Douglas Wilder, former Virginia governor and distinguished professor at the Wilder School, and Robert D. Holsworth, Ph.D., noted political analyst and former dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences at VCU.

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News / September 28, 2017

Graduate Information Session on October 20

The Wilder School will host an information session about our graduate programs on Friday, Oct. 20, in the VCU Student Commons.

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Photo credit: Noah Kalina
News / September 18, 2017

Toni L. Griffin to Deliver Gulak Lecture on Oct. 25

Toni L. Griffin, founder of Urban Planning and Design for the American City, will deliver this year’s Morton B. Gulak Lecture in Urban and Regional Planning on Wednesday, October 25, at 7 p.m. in the University Student Commons. The event is free and open to the public.

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Daytime image of Washington, D.C. skyline.
News / October 5, 2017

Seven from Wilder School to Present at 2017 NASPAA Conference

Seven Wilder School faculty, students and alumni are set to present a wide-range of topics next week at the 2017 Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration (NASPAA) Conference in Washington, D.C.

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Pam Spratley is a a travel coordinator and office services specialist at the VCU Wilder School,
Wilder School Spotlight / October 4, 2017

Meet Pam Spratley

No two days are ever the same for Pam Spratley, a travel coordinator and office services specialist at the VCU Wilder School. Spratley manages a travel portfolio that includes more than 100 faculty, staff and doctoral students during any given semester. Though much of that work is behind-the-scenes, it's a critical role that Spratley enjoys.

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Wilder School students Hannah Cameron (right), president of the Urban and Regional Planning Student Association, and Gwendolyn Griffin, president of the Urban Studies Student Association, actively promote planning.
News / October 5, 2017

National Community Planning Month is Every Day

October may be National Community Planning Month, but the Wilder School celebrates it every day.

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News / June 8, 2017

The Latest News from the Wilder School Faculty

Stay up to date on the latest news from the Wilder School faculty.

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Dr. Shashi Tharoor, a member of India’s Parliament, former undersecretary general of the United Nations and an award-winning author.
News / August 28, 2017

2017 India Lecture in Democracy and Civil Society is Oct. 9

Dr. Shashi Tharoor, a member of India’s Parliament, former undersecretary general of the United Nations and an award-winning author, will deliver the Wilder School’s 2017 India Lecture in Democracy and Civil Society on Monday, October 9.

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The VCU Silent Witness Exhibit, open October 6-12, is designed to raise awareness of the issue of domestic violence and encourage action to create change.
News / September 28, 2017

Student-run Exhibit Sheds Light on Domestic Violence

Student volunteers from two classes led by Wilder School assistant professor Amy Cook,Ph.D., will stage an exhibit to bring awareness to the issue of domestic violence at the James Branch Cabell Library Oct. 12-16. "Silent Witness" will feature life-size wooden silhouettes of Virginians killed by an intimate partner.

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