Personal mentoring and an interdisciplinary major helped Emily McFadden, ’13, conduct research that earned grant funding from the Beckman Foundation.
Eight students explored the challenges facing public education in the city through the Center for Civic Education’s first Richmond-based alternative spring break.
Spirited exchanges and genuine dialogue marked the sixth annual event, which attracts students, faculty and staff together for dialogue about a campus issue.
A symposium sponsored by the Jepson School and co-sponsored by PPEL examines the legality and morality of targeted killing and features former Navy SEAL and best-selling author Eric Greitens.
The Elder Care affinity group is one of three groups established by the University Staff Advisory Council to give employees an opportunity to meet with others on campus who have similar interests.
Award-winning author, columnist, speaker, and writing coach Stacy Hawkins Adams, C‘13, is back in the classroom pursuing her passion for lifelong learning.
The Landscape Horticulture, Plants and Practices professional certification is perfect for anyone interested in expanding their knowledge of plants and sustainable horticulture practices including homeowners as well as professionals in a variety of fields.
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.
Colin Cardwell, '12, was inspired by his Colorado roots and a love of nature to explore environmental studies through the lens of business administration.
UR Downtown joins the MetroCASH coalition and offers free tax assistance to Richmond area residents.