A donation from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the launch of an online degree program have started the university’s school year with a bang.
The “first day of school” is approaching for most schools in the area, but for a nascent local private institution, that term has literal significance.
The Richmond craft beer boom is once again pouring into higher education, as the university prepares a non-credit certification course that covers the business side and brewing of craft beers.
Six months after dropping millions on an old Chinese restaurant building, VCU’s appetite for real estate has led it to a pizza place up the street.
At long last, Jonathan Harris and his Lynnhaven Academy have found a former school building worthy of calling its permanent home.
After five years leading the VCU graduate school, Helayne Spivak is calling an end to her tenure.
A local private school is preparing to cut the ribbon on the newest addition to its Northside campus.
VCU’s forthcoming Institute for Contemporary Art is getting some more elbow room, as crews tear down a 1920s-era apartment building next door to a recently demolished restaurant site.
Five students earned cash prizes in the business school’s annual pitch competition, while a junior was recognized by the local chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners.
The renovation of a century-old West End church into an extension of a local private school is complete.