VCU Police Encourages Everyone to Buckle Up for Holiday Travel
VCU Police is partnering with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to share a lifesaving reminder: Click It or Ticket. VCUPD officers enforce Virginia's seat belt laws and encourage everyone to stay buckled in vehicles. Drivers/passengers 16 or older in the front seat need to wear a seat belt. Any child under 18 is required to wear a safety belt (and be in a safety seat, if applicable). Back seat passengers 18 or older are encouraged to wear a seat belt.
For more information, contact VCU Police at email@example.com.
Certificate in Clinical Research Program
VCU's C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research actively supports clinical research professionals entering the work force or transitioning career paths with the Certificate in Clinical Research. The program prepares students for first-time entry or transition into the field of clinical research and provides professional development for current clinical, allied health and research professionals. Spring 2023 applications due Dec. 30 at the following URL.
For more information, contact Catherine Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://cctr.vcu.edu/education-and-training/certificate-program/.
Call for Proposals
The Health Humanities Lab at VCU’s Humanities Research Center is calling for applications for a group of two faculty and two community fellows to create an interdisciplinary learning module on health and health care disparities. The module will be featured as part of the History and Health initiative from the Office of Health Equity and must address a topic or issue related to health and/or health care disparities and inequities. Details and deadlines can be found at the following URL.
For more information, contact Chris Cynn at email@example.com or visit https://humanitiescenter.vcu.edu/initiatives/health-humanities-lab/.
Do You Smoke Tobacco Cigarettes?
Individuals who smoke tobacco cigarettes daily are needed to participate in a research study that requires multiple laboratory visits. Compensation may be available. This study will be conducted at VCU. Principal investigator is Alison Breland, Ph.D., Department of Psychology
For more information, contact Alison Breland at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804) 827-3562 or visit http://cstp.vcu.edu/studies.