Virginia Commonwealth University

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Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Commonwealth University is listed in the Schools category in Richmond, Virginia. Displayed below are the social networks for Virginia Commonwealth University which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Virginia Commonwealth University on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Virginia Commonwealth University is:
1103 W Marshall St
Richmond, VA 23284
(804) 828-8850

"Virginia Commonwealth University" - ZapScore Report

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Virginia Commonwealth University has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that Virginia Commonwealth University has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Richmond, Virginia is 33 and in the Schools category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore

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The VCU School of Engineering student has worked at Neutrogena and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and will have more than two years of full-time experience when she graduates.
Rachel Judge joined the Virginia Commonwealth University chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers in September of her freshman year. Six months later, the chapter traveled to Nashville, Tennessee, for NSBE’s national convention.


[How I got the job] The @VCUENGR student will have more than two years of full-time experience when she graduates. bit.ly/2rxh8Tu


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Corri Miller-Hobbs, program coordinator for Safe Kids Virginia at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU, answered questions about bike safety and proper safety equipment for kids in recognition of Bicycle Safety Month.
Corri Miller-Hobbs, program coordinator for Safe Kids Virginia at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University, answered questions about bike safety and proper safety equipment for kids in recognition of Bicycle Safety Month.


RT @VCUHealth: It's #EMSWeek2017! Join us on Facebook LIVE tomorrow as we chat about #EMS, medical transport, first responders & #EMSweek.…


RT @VCUHealth: We were proud to sponsor @SportsBackers #MovementMakers Summit, addressing community health issues & active living: https://…

Radiant RVA, co-founded by Michael Smith, who graduated earlier this month from VCU’s Master of Product Innovation program, is aiming to roll out a curriculum along with an interactive device that will teach programming skills to students of all ages, preparing them for computer science projects and future careers.
A company that emerged from the da Vinci Center at Virginia Commonwealth University has built a prototype device that may soon teach aspiring programmers how to write code and develop for wireless systems, Bluetooth technology and the internet of things.


Michael Smith aspires to teach programming for Bluetooth, wireless tech & the internet of things through his startup news.vcu.edu/article/This_V…

“There was a lot that impressed us. We’ve had a longtime connection to VCU. We have board members who worked at VCU. We’ve had youth who have been students at VCU. We’ve had interns from the Social Work program pretty consistently. And we’ve seen VCU in the last couple of years really step up in terms of the services [and] programming that they offer to LGBTQ students.” ~ Ted Lewis, executive director of Side by Side
Virginia Commonwealth University was honored recently with the 2017 Catalyst Award by Side by Side, an organization dedicated to creating supportive communities where Virginia’s LGBTQ+ youth can define themselves, belong and flourish.

"Pancreatic cancer is really the perfect malignancy for the use of this device because the cancer is in a very difficult location, the risk of residual cancer cells following surgery is very high and the disease is very aggressive." ~ Emma Fields, M.D., radiation oncologist VCU Massey Cancer Center
Doctors at VCU Massey Cancer Center are the first in the world to successfully implant a bio-absorbable, internal radiation device known as CivaSheet to treat early stage pancreatic cancer.