Clif and Deborah Porter established the first-ever scholarship to support students in the new B.S. program in health services at the VCU College of Health Professions.
Growing up in Southwest Virginia, Donna L. Clevinger, Ph.D., thought the world of her dad, Lawrence Earle Clevinger. He was a pharmacist and, in her eyes, the pillar of the community.
It’s no secret that the MCV Campus is where tomorrow’s top dentists receive their training. Just ask Richmond magazine. The MCV Foundation is proud to support the excellent training of dentists and dental hygienists through student scholarships.
Drs. Randy Adams and Marsha Gordon are teaming up once more to support future generations of residents in the program that helped them cut their teeth in pediatric dentistry.
Vanitha Sekar, Ph.D., and her husband Kumar, Ph.D., established a scholarship to recognize and reward students who demonstrate a commitment to supporting and empowering women in science.
Wanting to do something to help address the many challenges facing nurses during the pandemic, Paul and Veronica Gross established an endowed lectureship series at the VCU School of Nursing to bring experienced professionals in to speak on topics like compassionate care, resilience and well-being.
Alumni excelled at raising a reunion year gift to support the VCU School of Nursing’s Clinical Scholars Program.
Planned giving is playing an important role how the School of Medicine partners with donors to increase scholarship resources for students from underrepresented communities
Generous scholarship donors help lay the foundation on the MCV Campus for tomorrow’s top health care providers and researchers.
Jason and Jamelle Paige, both of whom are MCV Campus alumni, have given in the past to the School of Dentistry where Jason is an alumnus. Recently, they have decided to support the physical therapy department at the College of Health Professions, which is where Jamelle is an alumna.
The importance of tradition inspires alumni support for the VCU School of Pharmacy.
Lab professionals play an important and often overlooked role in public health. COVID-19 and a recent increase in giving to the College of Health Professions are building awareness and support for the critical work these scientists carry out.