Rock music was something raw and rebellious 50 years ago, and now it is the subject of an in-depth course at the University of Richmond's School of Professional and Continuing Studies.
The schedule of spring 2015 degree-program classes is now available online. Registration for spring 2015 begins at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, November 11.
The School of Professional and Continuing Studies Student Government Association and Alumni Association are joining the school’s faculty, staff and administrators in celebrating SPCS students during SPCS Student Week, October 19-25, 2014.
Christina Draper, senior noncredit program manager in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies, has been named chair of the board of the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville.
Dr. Erik Nielson, assistant professor and coordinator of liberal arts, who has co-authored an “Amici Curiae Brief of the Marion B. Brechner First Amendment Project and Rap Music Scholars (Professors Erik Nielson and Charis E. Kubrin) in support of Petitioner Anthony Douglas Elonis” filed with the United States Supreme Court, August 18, 2014.
Dr. Tom Shields, assistant professor of education and director, Center for Leadership in Education, has been named among 2014 University Distinguished Educators during the annual University Colloqy on August 20, 2014.
The River Road entrance to the University at UR Drive will be closed from May 13–August 15 while the south campus area undergoes major construction.
The fall 2014 edition of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute schedule of classes is now available online. Registration is open for all classes.
The schedule for fall 2014 Think Again classes is now available online. Registration for summer classes starts Tuesday, August 12. Remaining summer classes remain listed on the schedule and open for registration.
The University of Richmond’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies is launching a new graduate certificate in public history. In addition, the School is adding a public history concentration as an optional focus area to the existing Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) program.