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March 26, 2012
Larger than Languages
A grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities is funding a yearlong MLC series
The Department of Modern Literatures and Cultures is hosting a yearlong series devoted to examining life through art, thanks to a grant from the NEH.
March 23, 2012
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
UR Downtown joins MetroCASH coalition
UR Downtown joins the MetroCASH coalition and offers free tax assistance to Richmond area residents.
March 22, 2012
Deconstructing Wall Street
UR alumni provide inside look into finance industry
The program provided undergraduate students from all class years with the opportunity to learn about major areas and career paths in finance.
Revisiting a Tragedy
Diplomat and UR professors discuss the aftermath of Japan's "triple disaster"
Japanese Ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki joined UR professors to examine the physical, economic and psychological impacts of Japan's spring 2011 disaster and evaluate the recovery one year later.
Abby Kloppenburg, '13
Junior helps UR bring a taste of France to Richmond with annual film festival
After a semester in Paris, Abby Kloppenburg, ’13, revisits French culture by helping UR prepare for the 20th annual French Film Festival.
March 20, 2012
Digital Scholarship Lab
Digital humanities initiative creates history for the public good
The Digital Scholarship Lab uses dense historic materials as the foundation for interactive learning projects, making high-level scholarship accessible to the general public.
March 19, 2012
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Learn more about the Richmond Fed, a regional Reserve Bank serving the Fifth District of the Federal Reserve System
The Richmond Fed has launched a public video campaign via YouTube to dispel the misconceptions and educate the public as a result of increased interest in its work
Ledbury, Part II
[Part II] Oxford University MBA graduates Paul Watson and Paul Trible, team up to fill a void in the men's apparel market and end up turning a profit
The Richmond MBA's Capstone program offered much-needed consulting services to the start-up on areas of supply chain management and customer acquisition
Networking Groups in Richmond
Assistant Director of The Richmond MBA program, Debbie Fisher, identifies top networking groups in the area and gives an insider perspective on how to get involved
Resource for MBA students and alumni on how to navigate the local networking scene