Hundreds of posters reveal one compelling story of VCU student research

Undergraduate and graduate symposiums, part of annual VCU Research Weeks, highlight projects that touch on an array of disciplines, notable history and scientific potential.

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American Nuclear Society presents College of Engineering students with academic scholarships

These awards are part of the organization’s investment in the future of engineering and reward members for their academics, service and leadership excellence.

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Four VCU students and two recent alums selected for prestigious National Science Foundation funding

The Graduate Research Fellowship Program supports their advancement in STEM disciplines.

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VCU’s first team in federal Solar Decathlon Design Challenge will compete in final round this week

12 students in the arts, engineering and urban studies have designed an energy-efficient home with affordability and equity in mind.


Wright Engineering Access Scholarship Student Q&A: Landen Sabolski

Mechanical engineering sophomore and first-generation student, Landen Sabolski, aspires to ‘pay it forward.’


National Science Foundation funds training of future magnetics researchers

VCU to host the only Magnetics REU site in the country

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VCU College of Engineering hosts Graduate Student and Postdoc Research Showcase

On April 10, 2024, the VCU College of Engineering hosted the inaugural Graduate Student and Postdoc Research Showcase, celebrating the innovative research being conducted by students across all engineering disciplines.

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Reactor simulator trains next generation of nuclear engineers at the VCU College of Engineering

“In the nuclear industry, simulators are a critical part of everyday work. Giving our students exposure to systems like the PWR simulator will give them an edge upon entering the workforce,” said James Miller.

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Graduate student James Vulcanoff researches efficient heat transfer for molten salt concentrated solar power

Vulcanoff is among more than 60 students sharing their work at the VCU College of Engineering Research Showcase on April 10th.


From nasal casts to emergency intubation, newly honored VCU innovators explore fresh frontiers

Five projects get Commercialization Fund awards from TechTransfer and Ventures, which helps campus inventions reach the marketplace.

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