News and events

Danielle Shutt celebrates with a smile following the completion of the Tough Mudder Obstacle Course on June 11.
Wilder School Spotlight / July 8, 2016

Meet Danielle Shutt

When Danielle Shutt, a Lynchburg-born poet, artist and competitive runner, is not preparing for her next marathon or crafting her first manuscript, she is hard at work at Virginia Commonwealth University—where she spends her days as a fiscal officer for the Wilder School’s Center for Public Policy (CPP).

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John Accordio, Ph.D., Wilder School dean and director of the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis (CURA)
News / July 7, 2016

John Accordino to Become Interim Dean

John Accordino, Ph.D., FAICP, director of the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis (CURA), will become the interim dean of the Wilder School effective Friday, July 1.

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Christina Mancini, Ph.D., associate professor, criminal justice graduate coordinator
Faculty News / July 7, 2016

Mancini Offers Title IX Expertise

Christina Mancini, Ph.D., in a recent article discussed a $2.48 million payout to end a sexual assault lawsuit against the University of Tennessee

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Mo Alie-Cox signs his #12 on a shirt.
News / June 23, 2016

Hoops for Hope: Mo Alie-Cox and Torey Burston Bring Inspiration to Inmates and Their Sons

Wilder School students Mo Alie-Cox and Torey Burston shared their basketball skills and a message of hope with fathers and sons at the Richmond jail.

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Niraj Verma, Ph.D., Wilder School dean and Washington Mandela fellow Patience Coleman from Liberia.
News / June 21, 2016

Wilder School Cohosts Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders

For the second consecutive year, the Wilder School is cohosting the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders.

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Jay Albanese, Ph.D. and Susan Gooden, Ph.D.
Faculty News / July 11, 2016

Albanese, Gooden to Receive University’s Top Honor

Two Wilder School professors—Jay Albanese, Ph.D., and Susan Gooden, Ph.D.,—have been selected as recipients of the 2016 Distinguished Faculty Awards, the campus’ most prestigious honor for teaching faculty.

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Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs news and events
News / June 20, 2016

Wilder School Launches New Website

We’ve redesigned our website, completely overhauling its look and feel. Bold, bright colors and an open design help tell our story clearly.

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Wilder School students Brandon Hatcher and Cainan Townsend, participants in the 2016 Virginia Governor’s Fellows Program, gather on the steps of the Virginia Capitol on June 16.
News / June 27, 2016

Hatcher, Townsend Receive Prestigious Governor’s Fellowship

Wilder School students Brandon Hatcher and Cainan Townsend have been tapped for the Virginia Governor’s Fellows Program, a prestigious internship that pairs students with top state officials.

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Greg Wingfield, Senior Fellow, Center for Urban and Regional Analysis
Faculty News / June 28, 2016

RTD Honors Greg Wingfield

Greg Wingfield, senior fellow at the Center for Regional and Urban Analysis, is recognized for his contributions to Richmond.

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Blue Wooldridge, DPA, professor
Faculty News / June 30, 2016

Blue Wooldridge Presents on Development in Africa

Blue Wooldridge, DPA, professor of public administration, spoke at the Consortium of International Management Policy and Development annual meeting and conference.

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