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January 19, 2017
Engagement in K-12 Teacher Education
TLP program offer cross-disciplinary learning & community-based engagement
Teacher licensure preparation students demonstrate the value of UR resources like the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art among K-12 students and educators.
December 2, 2016
Emerging Leaders of Hanover County
Team-building activities & cooperation foster leadership in young adults
Hanover County Emerging Leaders, a program aimed to develop our next generation of intellectual pioneers, came to campus for a week for some exercises in teamwork, communication and fun.
October 28, 2016
Weekend College Cohort Experience
Danville Weekend College cohort helps students pursue educational goals
Danville Weekend College cohort members Monica Davis, Pleshette Bowens and Gloria Sadosky may face individual adversity at home, but have been able to pursue their lifelong educational goals through SPCS and their support for each other
October 24, 2016
Gender Bias Research Inspires App for Female Entrepreneurs
How research into the Second Glass Ceiling sparked a national phenomenon.
How research into the "Second Glass Ceiling" sparked a national phenomenon
August 24, 2016
Book talk with VCU's Genevieve Siegel-Hawley on October 20 to focus on the relationship between schooling and housing policy
Please mark your calendars for October 20 and join us on campus for an event co-sponsored by the Center for Educational Leadership and Graduate Education — a discussion with Dr. Genevieve Siegel Hawley on her new book, When the Fences Come Down: Twenty-First-Century Lessons from Metropolitan School Desegregation.
August 1, 2016
Larry Dumlao, C'09
Air Force veteran and Weekend College graduate discovers his new passion
Larry Dumlao, C’09, used Weekend College as a stepping stone on his way to law school and eventually, foreign service.
July 11, 2016
Amanda Kehoe, GC'17
Fifth grade teacher continues education with family's support
Amanda Kehoe, GC’17, credits her family as pillars in her pursuit of a higher education, but doesn’t discount the benefits of effective time management and solid relationships in the classroom.
What to Listen for in Music
UR president Ronald A. Crutcher shares his enthusiasm for music with Osher members and guests
Dr. Ronald A. Crutcher, University of Richmond president, led an Osher Institute class titled ‘What to Listen for in Music’ that will be the first of many such classes to come.
June 23, 2016
Ashley R. Pride, GC'16
Elementary teacher goes back to school for personal development
Ashley Pride, GC’16, is an elementary school teacher ready to pass on the benefits of a SPCS M.Ed. to her own students
May 26, 2016
Amy Bernardini, C'16
Single mother and full-time professional proves that you can earn a degree as a working adult
Amy Bernardini, C’16, overcame the challenges of single motherhood and the schedule of full-time employment to complete her Bachelor of Applied Studies in IT Management at the University of Richmond, fulfilling a promise to her daughter to “lead by example” in going back to school.