Virginia Commonwealth University College of Engineering alumnus Andriy Mulyar is transforming how people think about large datasets in AI model training.

“The principle behind us is that we bring transparency and democratic access to the datasets and training data that fuels AI systems,” said Andriy Mulyar, VCU Engineering alumnus and Forbes’ 30 under 30 recipient.

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VCU College of Engineering to offer six new master’s programs

The College of Engineering launches new master’s concentrations in aerospace engineering, engineering management, environmental and sustainable engineering, rehabilitation engineering, systems engineering, and tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

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VCU College of Engineering to offer six new minor programs

The College of Engineering launches new minors in artificial intelligence, aerospace engineering, nuclear engineering, software engineering, cybersecurity and data science.

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VCU to expand GPU computing capacity thanks to National Science Foundation grant

Alberto Cano, Ph.D. receives $300,000 grant to purchase high-performance computing equipment.


Professor of computer science Lukasz Kurgan inducted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology

Kurgan is a leader in the bioinformatics community who has developed popular bioinformatics tools and databases.


Class of 2023: With the spirit of a grandpa she never knew, Maisha Mahmood excels in the ‘guilty pleasure’ of math and computer science

VCU student from Bangladesh embraces generational connections and the sacrifice of her family to pursue her education.


VCU hosts Richmond FBI Cyber Collegiate Academy, ushering over 200 students into a month-long cybersecurity awareness journey

Throughout this month-long educational initiative, students from VCU, the University of Richmond and Virginia Union University learned about cybersecurity and law enforcement from FBI field professionals.


VCU’s Cybersecurity Center to host the Richmond FBI’s Cyber Collegiate Academy

Over 300 students from Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Richmond, and Virginia State University applied for the academy, eager to gain in-depth knowledge about how the FBI catches cyber criminals.


Welcome to the Ramily

Get to know Shawn Watson, one of the newest computer science students in the College of Engineering.


NSA-funded GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Bootcamp reveals exciting career opportunities for Richmond-area students

More than 40 Richmond-area middle and high school students learned the importance of cybersecurity at the VCU College of Engineering’s GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Bootcamp.