Faculty Recognition: Seed Award Recipients for 2019

February 25, 2019

Congratulations to the department's two Seed Award recipients for 2019: Cristina Stanciu and Richard Fine!

The VCU College of Humanities and Sciences Seed Awards are meant to foster research and scholarship in all fields across the College and are open to full-time CHS faculty. It is an honor that our faculty are receiving the support to pursue their research.

Dr. Stanciu will pursue her book project “A Place of Horror, A Place of Refuge: Archives of Survival in Four Settler States’ Boarding School Literature and Film.” Dr. Stanciu’s new project will add to her already impressive list of work centered on Native American Studies, Ethnic and Immigrant American Literatures, and Silent Film studies.

Dr. Fine will to pursue his book project, “Covering D-Day: The Media and the Military in World War II.” Richard’s new endeavor will add to his growing list of publications focused on journalism during World War II.

Upcoming Deadlines

Classes Begin
JANUARY 14, 2019

Add/Drop Deadline
JANUARY 20, 2019

Graduation Application Deadline
JANUARY 25, 2019

Spring Break
MARCH 3-10, 2019

Course Withdrawal Deadline
MARCH 22, 2019

Last Day of Classes
MAY 3, 2019

 

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