On July 27, 2012, the National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) hosted a tour at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, followed by a seminar that focused on recent developments in the law during the U.S. Supreme Court's 2012 term. Three University of Richmond School of Law faculty members served on a panel moderated by Dean Wendy Perdue.
Meeting the president and making national media appearances were just a few of the things this summer had in store for Bonner Scholar Samantha Lint.
Carlyn Covington and her classmates in the Children’s Health SSIR spent the year living, studying, and traveling together as they explored the physical, mental, and educational health of children.
Mariah Williams, '14, draws on personal experiences from childhood and her summer internship to reflect on the impact of New York City's Head Start programs.
The new head coach of Spider football talks about his coaching philosophy, working with college athletes, and his expectations going into his first season.
Recent grad Hayley Harrington, ’12, has always been drawn to early 20th century American art, but the opportunity to curate an exhibition at UR Downtown put the art in her hands.
Our Osher Institute classes at UR offer great lifelong learning experiences taught by Osher volunteers, UR faculty and others, but did you know that the University also offers Osher members audit classes given to degree-seeking students?
Did you know: According to a recent study in California, bridge playing strengthens the immune system and helps stave off dementia, and that Warren Buffet and Bill Gates are avid bridge players?
Osher members are students/participants in courses, but, as owners, they can be course designers and teachers as well.
Dottie Price, Osher member, shares her experience in the Memoir Class: The experience is “exciting, gratifying and fun. The atmosphere is friendly, encouraging, informative and completely nonjudgmental.”