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Events Archive: 2022-23

Grad Fest 2022

Grad Fest 2022

Grad Fest is an overview of resources and services for graduate students.

James Branch Cabell Library Lecture Hall
Opening the Library: Humanities Accelerated Workshops

Opening the Library: Humanities Accelerated Workshops

A series of workshops in August especially geared for undergraduates in the humanities, including students majoring, minoring or doing substantial coursework in English, gender, sexuality, and women’s studies, history, philosophy, world studies.

James Branch Cabell Library Lecture Hall and online
Health Sciences Library 90th Anniversary Event

Health Sciences Library 90th Anniversary Event

September 14 marks 90 years of the Health Sciences Library Building and 125 years of library service.

Health Science Library Lobby
Film Series: "Hidden Heart"

Film Series: "Hidden Heart"

The Health Sciences Library is partnering with the USC&A to present a screening of the documentary film “Hidden Heart: The Story of the First Human Heart Transplant, Hamilton Naki and Christiaan Barnard."

Larrick Student Center, Court End Ballroom
Constitution Day 2022

Constitution Day 2022

Why did Prohibition Succeed and Fail?

James Branch Cabell Library Lecture Hall Zoom link:https://vcu.zoom.us/j/82155313901
Levis Reading Prize Night

Levis Reading Prize Night

Devon Walker-Figueroa, winner of the 2022 Levis Reading Prize for "Philomath," reads from her poetry collection.

James Branch Cabell Library Lecture Hall (Room 303)
Under the Skin: The Hidden Toll of Racism on American Lives and on the Health of Our Nation

Under the Skin: The Hidden Toll of Racism on American Lives and on the Health of Our Nation

Journalist, author, editor and educator Linda Villarosa will be the inaugural speaker in a new VCU Libraries lecture series on social justice. 

James Branch Cabell Library Lecture Hall
Common Book Film and Discussion Series

Common Book Film and Discussion Series

In collaboration with the VCU Common Book program, VCU Libraries presents The Organ Thieves Film and DiscussionSeries.

James Branch Cabell Library and The Larrick Student Center
Cabell First Novelist Award 2022

Cabell First Novelist Award 2022

Dawnie Walton, winner of the 2022 VCU Cabell First Novelist Award for "The Final Revival of Opal & Nev," gives a reading and participates in a moderated Q&A session about the writing and publishing of her book

James Branch Cabell Library Lecture Hall, Room 303
GIS Day

GIS Day

In celebration of the importance of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and maps and their ability to connect people, regions and systems, VCU Libraries joins with hundreds of organizations around the world to mark GIS Day on Wednesday, November 16, 2022.

James Branch Cabell Library Lecture Hall, Room 303
Jurgen Banned Art Comics Contest Info Session

Jurgen Banned Art Comics Contest Info Session

Learn about the Jurgen Banned Art Comics Contest.

Zoom
StudyWell

StudyWell

StudyWell sessions focus on student wellbeing. Events highlight all types of health and wellness, including physical, financial, emotional and social health, in addition to academic success.

James Branch Cabell Library and the Health Sciences Libraries
StudyWell

StudyWell

StudyWell sessions focus on student wellbeing. Events highlight all types of health and wellness, including physical, financial, emotional and social health, in addition to academic success.

James Branch Cabell Library and the Health Sciences Libraries
Spring 2023 Welcome Table at HSL

Spring 2023 Welcome Table at HSL

Spring 2023 HSL Welcome Table

Health Sciences Library
Explore the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Explore the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Explore the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. featuring resources from the VCU Libraries Collections

Health Sciences Library