Campus Announcements

August 29, 2012
SPCS offering free classes among 'Fifty Events' during School's Fiftieth Anniversary celebration
The School of Professional and Continuing Studies will offer over fifty different ways to engage with the School during its yearlong fiftieth anniversary celebration. Among these engagement opportunities—titled “Fifty Events”—will be a series of free noncredit classes.
Dr. Matt Trawick receives NSF grant
Dr. Matt Trawick, Associate professor of Physics, has been awarded a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation.
August 28: Election Season: Where's All the Anger Over Gas Prices? (Style Weekly)
George Hoffer, a transportation economist at the University of Richmond, explains.
August 28: Hertz deal creates fewer car rental companies, but travelers have more choices (NBCNews.com)
George Hoffer, professor of economics at the University of Richmond, comments.
August 27, 2012
Library Tours for New and Returning Students
Library Tours are scheduled for New and Returning Students
August 26: Crowdfunding going strong locally as it awaits new rules on equity investments (Work It, Richmond)
Jeff Pollack, professor of business at the University of Richmond, comments.
August 21, 2012
Partners in the Arts funds 2012-2013 arts-in-education projects in seven area schools

Six public schools and one independent school in the Richmond region have won awards totaling $42,000 from Partners in the Arts, a program of the University of Richmond School of Professional and Continuing Studies.

August 20, 2012
Library Renovations Nearing Completion
Renovations to the 1st and 2nd floors of Boatwright are almost complete.
SPCS offering events, activities to help prepare new students for returning to school

The School of Professional and Continuing Studies is offering a series of events and activities to support and prepare new students for the upcoming fall semester at the University of Richmond.

August 17, 2012
E-newsletter for Parents of Sophomore Students
The September issue of the Richmond Parents e-newsletter addresses the challenges of transitioning to college life.