Campus Announcements

September 2, 2014
Music faculty honored with Brahms busts
Joanne Kong and Jason McComb were recognized by the Richmond Symphony for high ticket sales for their summer concert.
September 15, 2014
Podcasts@Boatwright Features Dr. David Kitchen
Podcasts@Boatwright features Dr. David Kitchen's new book on climate change.
International Film: Una Noche
The international film for the weekend of September 14 is Una Noche.
For the Centuries: UR Centennial Online Exhibit

A digital celebration of the founding of Richmond and Westhampton Colleges at the present-day campus through a collection of photographs, maps, blueprints and more.

September 11, 2014
September 11: Leverage MBA Mentors to Reach Career Goals (U.S. News & World Report)
Debbie Fisher, associate director of the MBA Program, comments on leveraging mentor relationships.
September 8, 2014
International Film: Miele (aka Honey)

The Sept. 12/14 international film selection is MIele (Italy, 2013)


September 8: How to Disrupt the Dollar Bill (LinkedIn)
Eric Martin, instructor and director of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program, takes a look at Apple's share price and long term value on the eve of its announcing new products.
September 3, 2014
The former capital of the Confederacy's all-out plan to fight poverty and confront its past (Washington Post)
Jepson professor Thad Williamson, who is currently serving as director of the Office of Community Wealth Building in Richmond, is featured in an article on the city's first comprehensive antipoverty initiative.
Opinion: Double Segregation (Style Weekly)
Julian Hayter, assistant professor of Leadership Studies, opines on education, poverty and segregation in the city of Richmond on the 60th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Brown v. Board of Education ruling.
September 1, 2014
Library Exhibit: Warren Chappell
"Warren Chappell" exhibit is featured on the 2nd Floor of Boatwright.