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Featured Experts

  • Legal issues

    Henry Chambers is a professor in the Richmond School of Law. He can speak to a variety of topics, including Voting Rights, Employment Discrimination, White Collar Crime, Criminal Law and Constitutional Law. He recently discussed Trump's pick for the Supreme Court on WRVA radio.

  • Future of Healthcare

    Rick Mayes is a professor of political science and co-coordinator of the healthcare studies program. He is available to discuss healthcare issues, especially the future of Obamacare. He recently shared some of his insights for local NPR and the Richmond Times-Dispatch.  

  • Women's March

    Crystal Hoyt is a professor of leadership studies and psychology. She is the associate dean of academic affairs in the Jepson School of Leadership studies. Her expertise includes women and minority leaders in influential positions in politics. She was recently quoted about the Women's March on Washington in USA Today

Need an Expert? Contact Us

Cynthia Price, Director of Media & PR
cprice2@richmond.edu
804-287-6659

Sunni Brown, Asst. Director of Media & PR
sbrown5@richmond.edu
804-289-8056

Pryor Green, Media Relations Specialist
pryor.green@richmond.edu
804-287-1945

Princeton Review 'Top 50'The University of Richmond ranked #48 on the Top 50 “Colleges that Pay You Back” list published by The Princeton Review. The education services company also ranked Richmond #18 on the Top 25 “Best Schools for Internships” list. Learn more in this media release.

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