32nd Annual Brown-Lyons Lecture
Scholar Marni Davis discusses little-known chapter of Jewish-American history.
Real Life Film Series
Explore engaging documentaries and share conversations with health sciences peers.
Sanger Series takes on another hot topic in higher ed
Legal scholar talks about how universities capture and control vast intellectual property.
The Life and Times of VCU's Poet Larry Levis
Special collections informs alumna’s new film about the work of influential poet and professor.
From the Cold War to the Culture War: The Encampment for Citizenship
Scrapbook-like digital exhibit explores 70-year-old effort in educating young citizens
Encampment for Citizenship
MCV Campus library offers fresh look and new comforts for students
Come and work in updated first-floor spaces.
Reducing One Barrier to Student Success
VCU Libraries offers faculty incentives to adopt or create free or low-cost textbook alternatives
Pushing the campaign forward
Stephanie Lawson Holt's generous gift moves VCU Libraries closer to $1 million Cabell Foundation matching grant.
Tap Library Expertise and Ask Better Questions
STEM librarians and mass comm professors train students to write science news.
Patient safety advocate changes attitudes using art and persuasion
Regina Holliday shared her ideas and art on MCV Campus.
Regina Holliday Talk
Cabell Library a "Library Journal" Landmark Library
Design and architecture lauded in competitive national awards program
James River wildflowers come to life online.
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden and Rice Rivers Center collaborate with VCU Libraries to create new digital compendium.
Explore the Collection
Know "silent" and "quiet" study rules at Cabell Library
New airy, open library offers new silent seats
VCU Libraries simplifies overdue fines system
Most overdue items are fine free and others carry flat $10 charges.
The Workshop offers tools and expertise
A resource for all VCU students, faculty and staff, Innovative Media’s expanded new space can help faculty teach and present scholarship.
James Branch Cabell: Man of Letters and Libraries
Online compendium celebrates Mr. Cabell's literary legacy.
Visit the Display
Roots of Racism
New data visualization project offers snapshot of KKK activism in early 20th Century America.
Learn About It
Digitized, searchable documents and audio bring real voices to the tragic tale of a Richmond neighorhood.