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Molecular Biology and Genetics and the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases presents a seminar by distinguished guest speaker Min Hua Luo, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan, China, in Room 8-036 of Sanger Hall, 1101 E. Marshall St. For more information, contact Michael McVoy at michael.mcvoy@vcuhealth.org.

Coming up

Rams in Recovery presents "When Eating Disorders and Drug Addiction (or Substance Use) Collide" in the first-floor conference room of the Jackson Building, 501 N. Second St., at VCU's MOTIVATE Clinic. Adina Silvestri, founder of Life Cycle Counseling, will discuss substance use disorders and the co-occurrence with eating disorders. Of concern is that both disorders have the highest mortality rates of all psychological disorders. For more information, contact Denise Carl at dcarl2@vcu.edu or (804) 347-2994.

The VCU Police Department will hold a blood drive at its headquarters at 224 E. Broad St. The department has set a goal to collect 25 pints of blood this summer for the American Red Cross, which has an emergency need for all blood types. Each donor will have the chance to win two tickets to Kings Dominion. Walk-ins are welcome, or to make an appointment, visit redcrossblood.org and use sponsor code "VCUPD." Visitor parking is available in the headquarters parking lot. For more information, contact Sgt. Patience Butters at pmbutters@vcu.edu or (804) 828-6226 or visit https://www.redcrossblood.org/.

Barnes and Noble at VCU, 601 N. 10th St., will celebrate all things wizardly with crafts, tarot reading and photos in a free event open to the public. For more information, contact Katie Mayberry at mayberrykg@vcu.edu.

The Center for Corporate Education hosts "The Only You: Why Your Personal Story Matters at Work" in Room B3189 of Snead Hall, School of Business, 301 W. Main St. Christina Tinker, founder of Richmond Moms blog, will lead a discussion about the importance of embracing personal stories at work. Participants will learn to use storytelling to build influence and connections based on trust and authenticity in developing a consistent brand. Registration is $25 and includes lunch and parking. For more information, contact Katybeth Lee at kelee@vcu.edu or (804) 828-3165 or visit https://business.vcu.edu/about-us/events/center-for-corporate-education/lunch--learn-series/the-only-you-why-your-personal-story-matters-at-work.html.

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VCU Recreational Sports Outdoor Adventure Program Climbing Clinics

VCU students and members of the community can learn climbing skills and techniques at weekly climbing clinics. The belay clinic caters to beginner climbers. Intermediate and advanced techniques are taught at the climbing technique clinic. For more information, contact Sam Albert at scalbert@vcu.edu or (804) 828-8473 or visit https://recsports.vcu.edu/programs/outdoor-adventure-program/climbing-and-bouldering/#clinics .

Candidate Open Forums: Executive Director, Institute for Contemporary Art

The committee leading the search for the position of executive director for the Institute for Contemporary Art is hosting open forums for the university community to meet the three final candidates on July 23, 26 and 27. For times, locations and information about each candidate, visit https://provost.vcu.edu/leadership-searches/execdirica/candidates. For more information, contact Melanie A. Christian at christianma@vcu.edu.

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