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This week

The Old American Legation in Tangier, Morocco, is the only site on the National Register of Historic Places located abroad. It houses a museum, cultural center and research library. In this talk by VCU alum Michael A. Toler, explore the history of the Legation from the 18th century to the present and learn about its ongoing cultural relevance. The event is sponsored by VCU Libraries. Questions: Register for the Zoom link at the following URL. For more information, contact Gregory Kimbrell at or (804) 393-2851 or visit

Have you been awarded Federal Work-Study as part of your financial aid package, but don't know how to get started? Join VCU Career Services and VCU Financial Aid in this virtual workshop covering the Federal Work-Study program at VCU. This session will outline the Federal Work-Study program, explain how it works and demonstrate how students can get started finding a Federal Work-Study job for the upcoming academic year. Register at the following URL. For more information, contact Monique Sample at or visit

Nina Exner, Ph.D., research data librarian, will discuss strategies for incorporating rigor and reproducibility into clinical and translational research with a focus on transparent documentation and reporting. The lunch research seminar will be hosted by VCU's C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research. Questions: Register at the following URL. For more information, contact Pam Dillon, Pharm.D., research liaison, at or (804) 828-1519 or visit

For many non-Black folks, Juneteenth seemed to burst into the national consciousness over the last few years. But Juneteenth, a celebration of the emancipation of enslaved people in the South, has been a day of celebration for generations for many Black folks. For this lecture, join A.J. Musewe, director of interactive history at Common Power, Seattle, Wash., in looking at the factors that led to the proclamation made on June 19, 1865 in Galveston, Texas. Take a look at the players who worked to prevent the freedom of millions of enslaved folks and examples of Black folks being active participants in their liberation. This event is sponsored by VCU's Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and The Commons. Questions: Email Tiana Ingram at Register at the following URL. For more information, contact JenaƩ Harrington, Ed.D, at or visit

Whether you're using Google Sheets for the first time or just want to see what new, innovative functionality Google has added, join Collaboration Services for this hands-on workshop. Register at the following URL. For more information, contact Dr. Gee at or visit

Join team members from across VCU Health and VCU for a Juneteenth Celebration. This virtual event will feature music, poetry and history designed to celebrate the emancipation of African Americans in the United States and educate viewers about the African American experience from slavery to today. Click on the Zoom link at the following URL. For more information, contact Carrie Carroll at or visit

Coming up

Learn about VCU's Master of Decision Analytics Professional Track program at a webinar hosted by the School of Business. Alumni will speak about their experience in the program including the curriculum, program structure, the power of the cohort experience, networking benefits and career development. Program administration personnel will be available to answer questions. Register at the following URL. For more information, contact Bill Miller at or visit


Sign Up for a Fall Dining Plan

Fall 2021 dining plans are now available. New this fall is the Premium Plan, a larger plan which allows unlimited access to Market 810 and AVO, plus other benefits. Sign up at the following URL. Follow on social media @VCU_Dining for updates and giveaways. For more information, contact Lauren Hay at or (804) 828-1148 or visit

VCU Office of Multicultural Student Affairs Is Hiring

VCU's Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is hiring Federal Work Study Program assistants for the 2021-22 school year. This is a part-time position and applicants must have been approved for Federal Work Study. Questions: Apply online through Handshake at the following URL. Applications must be received by July 2. For more information, contact David Brown at or visit

Wright Center Seeks Needs Assessments

As VCU moves forward with expanding community-engaged research efforts and improving relationships with community members and partners, VCU's C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research recognizes the need to connect researchers and the public. Community health needs assessments serve as the starting point to address community needs and advocate for improvement. Over the years, the VCU/VCUHS community and partners have conducted several assessments and evaluation reports. The Wright Center seeks to create a database of compiled reports for users to access a cataloged repository of statewide and local needs assessments. Once populated, the database will be made public via the Wright Center website and participants who submit their needs assessment will automatically have access to the entire database. To begin this process, the Wright Center requests the submission of any existing assessments and reports completed by VCU/VCUHS or community partners. To submit a needs assessment, use the following URL to input information. This link may be shared with community partners and others to complete. For more information, contact Rachel Hunley at or visit

The Pipeline Podcast: LGBTQ+ Pride Episode

TLC's I am Jazz star Sander Jennings joins the podcast to discuss growing up on TV, his fitness journey, being a positive presence online and his LGBTQ+ Rights Advocacy. The PIPELINE Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music and all major platforms where podcasts are streamed. Questions: The podcast is hosted on Spotify at the following URL. For more information, contact Rayallan Fredericks at or visit

VITAL Weight and Wellness Program

VITAL is a research study testing a weight and wellness program specifically designed for people living with diabetes. If you are eligible to participate in this study, you will be asked to attend in-person data collection visits at three time points, participate in a 24-week program consisting of weekly virtual (Zoom) group meetings led by a trained coach at no cost to you and keep track of your weight, food and physical activity using a digital app. For more information, contact Autumn Lanoye at or (804) 827-2250 or visit

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