This past March, students traveled with the School of Continuing Studies Human Resources Management (HRM) department to Seville, Spain, for a hands-on spring break study abroad experience titled “Immigration, Labor Markets, and Societies.”
Free, contemporary and foreign — the International Film Series is now 23 years into its run as Richmond's premier destination for fans of world cinema.
“Coming to the University 20 years ago opened a whole new world to me in so many ways. It’s been great. I can’t imagine having spent my career anywhere else.”
Partners in the Arts, with the support of Joan Oates, leads the region in arts-integration training for K-12 teachers.
Junior Colin Billings spent part of his summer in the Middle East, learning ways to break down barriers between people of different faiths.
A partnership between UR and the Valentine Richmond History Center is training Richmond residents to tell the story of the city, both past and present.
Students, faculty and staff are getting their hands dirty in the community garden, while getting to know each other outside their day-to-day work.
Entering the University of Richmond School of Continuing Studies at age 19 is by no means typical. Then again, Jimmy Nickerson has already proven to many that his academic and professional passions are far from typical.
Cliff Gamble, C'12, plans to use his Certificate in Teacher Licensure Preparation to make the transition from the corporate world to the classroom as a secondary English teacher.
Suited up in an ashy flame-resistant jacket and pants, Billy Wood, C‘11, puts on his helmet and prepares to enter yet another burning building. For him, this is just another day at the office.