Grad Fest is an overview of research services for graduate students. Tour the library spaces, talk to experts about publishing, learn about resources for your research and more. Drop in anytime between 1 and 3 p.m. to network with other grad students and learn about different opportunities in the VCU Graduate Program.
Are you an incoming student? Get to know VCU Libraries and other resources around the university during VCU Welcome Week. Register your laptop, tour Cabell Library, meet key staff and enter to win big prizes.
This unconference at Cabell Library focuses on the intersection and sharing of technology, history, storytelling and hidden voices.
Students, faculty, staff and health professionals are invited to screenings of engaging documentaries on health science topics followed by discussions about how the subject matter relates to current work at VCU and impacts global health. Speakers with expertise in the film's topic lead the group in lively discussion about the science and issues explored in the film.
In 2018, the centennial of the 1918 influenza pandemic, the Sanger Series lectures explore the deadly pandemic, the valiant search for the virus that caused it and the ways it changed medicine and our world. In a talk titled "Flu: The Story of the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918 and the Search for the Virus That Caused It," reporter Gina Kolata explores the history of the 1918 influenza pandemic.
The book sale offers a wide assortment of materials: paperback and hardcover novels, poetry collections, history books, biographies, scholarly studies, cook books, children's books, art books, comics, audio books, CDs, DVDs and more.