Campus Announcements

August 14, 2013
Now available: OneSearch Discovery System
The University Libraries are now featuring OneSearch, a discovery system for books, articles, music and more!
Library Hours for August Intersession
August Intersession Hours for Boatwright Library
August 13: DOJ Suit Seen Delaying, Not Killing Big Airline Merger (WFPL)
George Hoffer, transportation economist at the University of Richmond, comments.
August 13: DOJ Suit Seen Delaying, Not Killing Big Airline Merger (NPR)
George Hoffer, University of Richmond transportation economist, comments.
August 14: US files lawsuit against airline merger (The Boston Globe)
George Hoffer, University of Richmond transportation economist, comments.
August 14: Federal government sues to block airline merger (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
George Hoffer, transportation economist at the University of Richmond, comments.
August 12, 2013
New York Times highlights research by Crystal Hoyt and Stefanie Simon, '07
Crystal Hoyt, an associate professor of leadership studies and psychology in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, and Stefanie Simon, '07, conducted an experiment to see how women were influenced by various role models.
August 8, 2013
Williamson named co-chair of mayor's anti-poverty initiative
Thad Williamson, an associate professor of leadership studies and philosophy, politics, economics and law in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, was named co-chair of the Maggie L. Walker Initiative for Expanding Opportunity and Fighting Poverty in Richmond.
August 5, 2013
Why do we root for underdogs? Huffington Post article cites research by two Richmond professors

Research by George R. Goethals, a professor of leadership studies in the Jepson School, and Scott Allison, a professor of psychology in the School of Arts & Sciences, explains why people root for underdogs.


August 1, 2013
Osher schedule of fall programs now available online; registration now open

The fall 2013 edition of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute schedule of classes is now available online. Registration is open for all classes, and print editions have been mailed and are available in the Osher Institute office.