Community Health Education Alumni & Friends Reception

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Community Health Education Alumni & Friends Reception

Alumni, friends and faculty joined in celebration of VCU Community Health Education on Saturday, May 30. Remarks from Joann Richardson, Ph.D., associate professor and Community Health Education program coordinator, welcomed guests and shared a history of the program. In December 2015, the Community Health Education program will graduate its final class of students. The reception […]

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2015 GSA Research Symposium & Exhibit

On April 21st, Graduate students in our Department participated in the 18th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium and Exhibit.  This event, sponsored by the Graduate Student Association (GSA), was organized by graduate students and provided some of our graduate students with an opportunity to showcase their scholarly work and cutting edge research.  The Department of […]

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2015 Health and Physical Activity Lecture

March 31st at 7:00PM – 8:30PM in the Harris Hall Auditorium (open to the public) Dr. Laurie Goodyear, from the Joslin Diabetes Center and the Harvard University Medical School, will be one of our distinguished presenters with a lecture titled: “Novel Mechanism Underlying the Beneficial Effects of Exercise on Metabolism.” Dr. Molly Bray, from the University of Texas […]

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2015 Summer & Fall Clinical Experience Meetings

Those interested in participating in one of the Clinical Experience (also know as internship) courses during the 2015 Summer and/or Fall semesters should plan on attending our informational meetings.  Please follow the link below to find our meeting flyer. HPEX Clinical Experience Intro Meeting Announcement

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New H&S Scholarship Website

The College of Humanities and Sciences has introduced a new website, vcu.academicworks.com, with information and an online application process for the over 100 scholarship opportunities we offer to currently enrolled students. The system features a searchable database of opportunities and details the requirements for each. This system will offer a more student-centric experience, streamlines our administrative […]

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The VCU RUN LAB Promotes “Off on the Right Foot”

The VCU RUN LAB is hosting a lecture on December 2, at 5:30 PM in the Cary Street Gym Wet Classroom promoting physical activity.  They will be giving participants the tools to begin their post-Thanksgiving run and also answering common questions about running.  Watch the video below or follow this link to the VCU Recreational […]

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KHS Faculty and Student Inducted into Phi Kappa Phi

As described on their website, “Phi Kappa Phi is a national honor society promoting the pursuit of excellence in all academic fields. Founded at the University of Maine in 1897, Phi Kappa Phi recognizes outstanding achievement by students, faculty and others through election to membership and through various awards for distinguished achievement.”  KHS was proud to have both […]

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Kinesiology and Health Sciences Alumni and Friends Reception

Below are a few pictures from our inaugural Kinesiology and Health Sciences Alumni and Friends Reception that was held on Wednesday, November 12. The highlight of the evening was the announcement of the first donation to the new Department of Kinesiology and Health Sciences.  Mr. Eddie Blanks, retired VCU Vice Provost for Academic Administration, has […]

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Exercise Science Students Promote The AHA At The 2014 Heart Walk

On October 11th, several of our Exercise Science students participated in the American Heart Association’s 2014 Heart Walk for the VCU community.  Together, our students raised over $890.00 to promote cardiovascular fitness and health, placing us in 3rd place for money raised amongst other University Teams.  Additionally, our numbers were very strong this year; with […]

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Dr. Acevedo Honored By The National Academy Of Kinesiology

This September during the National Academy of Kinesiology’s annual meeting, Dr. Acevedo was inducted as a Fellow of The Academy.  He was awarded this honor for  his “significant contributions across the areas of research, translation, and leadership,” related to physical activity.  Please join us as we congratulate Dr. Acevedo on this prestigious honor.

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