We spoke with several VCU Health nurses who are graduates of the VCU School of Nursing and are playing a critical role during this health crisis. They trained in our community and are now saving lives in our community thanks to their dedication and their incredible nursing training.
Each year, the MCV Foundation Board of Trustees honors people who have made significant contributions to the world-class patient care, research and education that VCU Health delivers right here in our community.
Dr. Venitz has inspired and mentored many VCU School of Pharmacy students over his decades of teaching. This year, many of them have given back to establish a scholarship in his honor.
Emerging research suggests that chronic inflammation may be linked to the buildup of cellular debris that causes neurological dysfunction in Alzheimer’s patients. Armed with that knowledge, one VCU Health researcher is exploring how to disrupt inflammation responses and develop treatments for Alzheimer's.
Trish Bernal's journey on the MCV Campus inspired her to establish a scholarship to help nurses continue pursuing their goals through continuing education.
Read more about our inspiring medical students and graduates who are on their way to becoming the top docs of tomorrow.
The MCV Campus Endowed Scholarship Brunch has been an opportunity for scholarship donors and recipients to meet, say thank you, discuss past and future careers, and sometimes make lifelong connections. While it didn’t take place this spring, the impact and generosity of scholarship donors is still quite remarkable and worthy of praise.
A combined $5.5 million gift from William E. Conway Jr. and his wife Joanne will allow the VCU School of Nursing to provide partial and full scholarships to one-third of its undergraduate students.
David Sarrett, D.M.D., dean of the VCU School of Dentistry, and his wife Beth announced their estate plans include support to endow a chair in general dentistry in an effort to ensure that future generations of dentistry students learn from the most talented faculty.
The partnership helps improve medical education and advance the clinical health and well-being in the community by addressing and solving problems through art and design.
Camille Schrier won the Miss America competition, and the VCU School of Pharmacy student will travel the next year to promote an impressive national platform around prescription drug safety.
We’re often inspired by the stories of our students on the MCV Campus whose educational goals have been made possible through generous scholarships. The Invest in Me campaign shares why scholarships matter through the stories of students who receive them.