This fall, COBE is pleased to collaborate with University College to expand VCU’s Common Book Program to include graduate students and a series of programming throughout the year. The Common Book Program is one of the largest initiatives in University College. Building upon the nationally recognized Summer Reading program, the new initiative expands the previous… Read more »
Tag: Harm Reduction
Get to know COBE’s new Administrative Director, Marcie Walsh, MSW.
Dr. Danielle Dick reflects on the growth of her field, examines opportunities to use gene-environment analysis to inform prevention research and surveys ethical concerns broadly related to the study of genetics.
Marnie Brennan, a senior at Collegiate Schoolin Richmond, Va., recently completed a multi-week internship with the EDGE Lab at VCU.
Dr. Philip B. Gnilka presents at the May COBE Connect lunch.
During the From Research to Recovery Town Hall hosted by the COBE and the Department of Behavioral Health and Human Services undergraduate students in Dr. Amy Adkins’ class blogged about the presentations they found most interesting.
Fresh Check Day is a fair-like event that brings awareness to mental health resources and coping strategies on college campuses.
It’s no secret that marijuana legalization and use is hotly debated across America. But how much do you know about the latest research and policy debates?
COBE research assistant Nate Thomas received the International Programme in Addiction Studies Most Outstanding Student Award for 2015-2016.
In this COBE guest blog, an exercise science student explains how a breakup turned into the perfect opportunity to explore self-care.
Harm reduction focuses on ways to reduce negative consequences associated with drug use including personal and systemic strategies.
Kristen Kidd Donovan of The Well at VCU and discuss how the Peace Corps jumpstarted her career in public health and the importance of harm reduction policies at VCU and beyond.
COBE collaborated with undergraduate arts student Julia Moore to create an infographic on alcohol use based on data from the Spit for Science project.