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Wilder School Spotlight / May 24, 2018

Wilder School Spotlight: Meet Peter Jenkins

Peter Jenkins, a first-year doctoral student and activist, believes that capturing Transgender-inclusive data will help to ensure equal access to public services for all Americans.

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News / May 17, 2018

“The Color of Law”: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America

The Wilder School and Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia are co-sponsoring a lecture by Richard Rothstein, author of the critically acclaimed book, "The Color of Law," on Wednesday, June 13 at 6 p.m., in VCU's T. Edward Temple Building, 901

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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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(Top) German exchange students, accompanied by their Wilder School hosts, tour Richmond's Fulton neighborhood. (Middle) German students presented to the Richmond Regional Planning District Commission on their system of planning and land use. (Below) Eights students are visiting from the University of Kaiserslautern, accompanied by two professors.
News / May 23, 2018

Wilder School, German University Exchanging Ideas About Land-Use Challenges

The Wilder School is hosting this week eight students and two professors from the University of Kaiserslautern in Germany as part of the 2018 Trans-Atlantic Development Seminar.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee members Shajuana Isom-Payne and Chernoh Wurie, Ph.D., pose for a photo at the Wilder School's graduation ceremony on May 12, 2018.
News / May 17, 2018

Diversity Committee’s New Name and New Members Focus on Inclusion

Earlier this month, Wilder School faculty and staff voted to expand the name of an advisory body focused on diversity to the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee. For the first time in its history, the committee will include students.

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News / May 8, 2018

Wilder School Expert: Virginia Should Expand Distributed Solar Energy Usage

Distributed solar energy can provide at least 5 to 10 percent of the nation’s electricity demand, without causing negative impacts to the electrical grid or significant rate increases for consumers, according to new research by a Wilder School expert in alternative energy.

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News / May 7, 2018

Gooden Named Interim Dean of Wilder School

Susan T. Gooden, Ph.D., professor of public administration and policy, has been named interim dean of the Wilder School, effective Tuesday, May 15.

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News / May 3, 2018

Delegate Lamont Bagby to Speak at Wilder School Graduation on May 12

Del. Lamont Bagby of Henrico County will deliver the Wilder School’s graduation address on Saturday, May 12.

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The Wilder School’s Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness program has been ranked the 10th best online master’s in emergency management program in the nation by bestcolleges.com.
News / April 30, 2018

HSEP’s Online Master’s Program Ranked No.10 in U.S

The Wilder School’s Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness program has been ranked the 10th best online master’s in emergency management program in the nation by bestcolleges.com.

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News / April 26, 2018

Lawmakers, Educators Join Wilder School Discussion About School Safety and Education Policy

The Wilder School convened legislators, public safety officials and educators from across the state at two events on April 23 to examine school safety in Virginia and to mark the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Commonwealth Educational Policy Institute.

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