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Faculty Affairs

Dear faculty colleagues,

A vital, energized faculty body is central to the success of the College’s mission, vision and core values. You are the intellectual engine at the heart of VCU: You engage VCU students in classroom learning, research and community outreach. Your well-being is vital to the College and to VCU. Faculty Affairs in the College of Humanities and Sciences is critical for faculty development, retention, promotion and ultimately, success at VCU.

In the Faculty Affairs section of the website, you will find links to information about committees, awards, and promotion¬†and tenure as well as in-depth profiles of faculty colleagues. You are also invited to contact us if you have ideas about how Faculty Affairs and VCU’s College of Humanities and Sciences can achieve the goals laid out in our strategic plan.

Sincerely,

Sally S. Hunnicutt, Ph.D.
Area B Associate Dean (Sciences and Mathematics)
sshunnic@vcu.edu

Marcus Messner, Ph.D.
Area A Associate Dean (Humanities and Social Sciences)
mmessner@vcu.edu

Faculty Announcements

Angela Reynolds
Reynolds appointed interim associate dean of research and operations
Angela Reynolds, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics and director of the doctoral program in systems modeling and analysis.
faculty scholarship celebration
Call for faculty scholarship information
Were you a book author/editor, principal investigator or scholarly award winner in 2022? Let us know by Feb. 1.
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Seed Awards: Request for Proposals
The College of Humanities and Sciences Seed Awards program offers and administers competitive funding for faculty-driven research and scholarship.
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Call for nominations for CHS Distinguished Faculty Awards
Nominations should be submitted by 5:00 p.m., February 1.
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2022 Elske v.P. Smith Distinguished Lecture [video]
Did you miss the lecture? If so, check out the recording of Andrew Murphy's "Theorizing Political Martyrdom: George Floyd, Ashli Babbitt, and the Crisis of American Democracy."