Campus Announcements

July 7, 2011
Two UR researchers publish article in "Scientific American"
Psychology professor Craig Kinsley and postdoctoral student Elizabeth Meyer recently published a special report titled “Baby Power” in Scientific American on the effects of motherhood on the brain.
July 6, 2011
July 3 On the Spot: Book early flight, pay more? (L.A. Times)
George Hoffer, transportation economist at the University of Richmond, comments.
June 29 Should you co-sign for your kid's credit card? (NBC 12)
Tom Arnold, assistant professor of finance in the Robins School of Business, comments.
July 5, 2011
Employer Registration Open for Corporate Careers Expo Sept. 20
In 2010, more than 60 University of Richmond alumni returned to campus to represent their organizations and recruit fellow Spiders.
Brenda Neckvatal, C'09, accepts position at ADP TotalSource
Brenda Neckvatal, C'09, has accepted a position with ADP TotalSource as a Human Resource Business Partner.
June 23, 2011
June 23 What Drives People to Take a Creative License? (Wall Street Journal)
Associate Professor of Economics, Erik Craft, comments on vanity license plates.
Fall 2011 schedule of SCS classes available online; registration begins July 12
The Fall 2011 schedule of Evening School classes is now available online. The schedule contains all credit-earning courses including professional development for educators, Weekend College, and MLA-eligible courses.
June 21, 2011
Williamson's book on sprawl reviewed
Dr. Thad Williamson’s book on Sprawl, Justice, and Citizenship: The Civic Costs of the American Way of Life is reviewed.
June 20, 2011
May 30 The international factor leverages MBA benefits (The Budapest Times)
Thirteen Richmond MBA students completed their International Residency requirement in Budapest, Hungary where they studied at the Corvinus School of Management. 
Jepson School to host annual Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought
The Jepson School will host the 12th annual Summer Institute for the Preservation of the History of Economic Thought June 24-27.