April 13, 2016
April 13: Local business executives optimistic in recent survey (Richmond Times Dispatch)
Richmond-area business executives are as optimistic now about sales and hiring as they have been in about six years, according to a recent survey. A quarterly polling of 77 chief executive officers conducted jointly by the University of Richmond and the Virginia Council of CEOs showed that 72 percent expect their sales to increase in the next six months. That was essentially the same as the 73 percent who expected to see a sales increase in the survey conducted during the fourth quarter of 2015. Full article
April 12, 2016
I Wrote It. Can I Post It? Online Tutorial on Author's Rights
View the new online video tutorial on author's rights.
April 10, 2016
April 3, 2016
University Libraries Celebrate National Library Week, April 10 - 16
University Libraries Celebrate National Library Week, April 10 -16.
March 28, 2016
Faculty News: Hires and Promotions
Richmond Law is proud to announce some new faculty appointments and promotions for 2016-2017.
March 27, 2016
The Visible Scholar: Dr. Violet Ho
Dr. Violet Ho, Associate Professor of Management in the Robins School of Business, is the "Visible Scholar" speaker on Friday, April 8.
March 23, 2016
Opinion: What Obama Should Know About Macri's Argentina (The New York Times)
Ernesto Semán, a historian and assistant professor of leadership studies, and Gastón Chillier, executive director of the Center for Legal and Social Studies in Buenos Aires, discuss President Obama's visit to Argentina, free trade, and human rights.
March 21, 2016
International Film: Almanya: Welcome to Germany
The international film feature for April 1 and 3 is Almanya: Welcome to Germany.
Around Robin Hood's Barn (Economic Principals)
Sandra Peart, dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, discusses Nobel economics laureate James M. Buchanan in Economic Principals column.
March 16, 2016
March 11: Gener8tor named one of the country's top 16 accelerators (Journal Sentinel)
Gener8tor, a start-up training program that operates in Milwaukee and Madison, was named one of the top 16 accelerators in the country Friday by the Seed Accelerator Rankings Project at the South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas. The annual rankings are compiled by Yael Hochberg, an entrepreneurship professor at Rice University and researcher at MIT, and colleagues at the University of Richmond and MIT. They are an important measure used by high-potential start-ups to determine which programs they want to aim to join. Full Article