News and events

Members of the Class of 2016 VCU Leadership Development Program gather for a team-building exercise.
News / October 4, 2016

Faculty and staff to offer campus solutions

Join us on Thursday, Oct. 6 as GEHLI presents the VCU Leadership Development Class of 2016. Experience five thought-provoking presentations and countless engaging ideas - all in one day!

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News / September 28, 2016

Wilder Symposium to be held Monday, October 17

This fall’s Wilder Symposium on Race and American Society will examine the legacies of the landmark Kerner Commission report to then-President Lyndon B. Johnson following the riots in 1967, and what they mean for race and ethnic relations in the United States today in an open, frank and full discussion.

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Wilder Graduate Scholars’ Fellows gather with Governor L. Douglas Wilder (seated, left) and Interim Dean, John Accordino, Ph.D., (seated,right) at Ginter House on Sept. 8. Fellows (standing, from left to right): Lara Mclellan, Ibrahim Keita, Joseph Costello, Lashelle Johnson, Alexandra Stewart, Nathan Manning and Theresa Varnier.
News / September 21, 2016

Wilder School Announces 11th Class of Wilder Graduate Scholars’ Fellowship

The Wilder School is pleased to announce the selection of seven Wilder Graduate Scholars' Fellows for the 2016-17 academic year.

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Paula Gulak, center, with daughter, Misha, and son, Loren. (Bottom) Morton B. Gulak, Ph.D.
Wilder School Spotlight / September 21, 2016

Meet Paula Gulak

Paula Gulak and her family honor her late husband, Morton B. Gulak, Ph.D., through a lecture series that continues the legacy of the longtime professor who helped found the Master of Urban and Regional Planning program.

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News / September 20, 2016

Career Services to Offer Personal Branding Event

Join the Office of Career Services on Fri., Sept. 30, for “Building Your Brand,” a unique program designed for Wilder students.

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News / September 20, 2016

Wilder School Presents Get in Gear Employer Series

Gain hands-on experience from an internationally recognized police department. Join the VCU Police Department on Sept. 27, for the first installment of Get in Gear, a series of sessions designed to foster relationships between Wilder students and prospective employers.

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Library Exhibits Wilder School Planning Posters
News / September 16, 2016

Library Exhibits Wilder School Planning Posters

October is National Community Planning Month, and the Wilder School is pleased to share work by students in the Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) program in a special exhibit on the first floor of Cabell Library.

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Former Virginia Capital Semester student Julia Carney with Del. Vivian E. Watts.
News / September 15, 2016

OSS to host two info sessions for legislative internship

The Office of Student Success will host two information sessions for the Virginia Capital Semester program Sept. 22-23. Join us!

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Chernoh Wurie, Ph.D.
Wilder School Spotlight / August 25, 2016

Meet Chernoh Wurie

Chernoh Wurie, Ph.D., was 16 when rebel bandits entered his home in Sierra Leone and held his family at gunpoint. That incident fueled a career in policing that would eventually lead to the classroom.

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(Top) VCU President Michael Rao, Ph.D., discusses the report. (Middle) John Accordino, Ph.D., (right) greets Todd Haymore, Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade. (Bottom) Barry Matherly, Todd Haymore, Renee Chapline, Michael Rao, Ph.D, Nick Klym, John Accordino, Ph.D., and Greg Wingfield at the event.
News / September 9, 2016

Wilder School's CURA Leads Exports Effort

After nearly two years of work, the long-awaited Metro Richmond Exports Initiative has been released.

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