Campus Announcements

May 7, 2012
May 7: Gen Y grads more likely to launch start-ups (USA Today)
University of Richmond graduates, Chris Genauldi and Dan Brunt, studied abroad in India and Thailand while students, and later started a company with essential oils named Aromago.
May 4, 2012
Dr. Katherine Cassada appointed as assistant professor of educational leadership and curriculum and instruction

Dr. Katherine “Kate” Cassada has been named assistant professor of educational leadership and currlculum and instruction in the School of Professional & Continuing Studies education program.

May 3, 2012
Graduating students honored with faculty at annual SCS Night awards ceremony and reception

Graduating students and faculty were honored at SCS Night, the School of Professional & Continuing Studies annual award ceremony and reception, on May 2, 2012.

May 2, 2012
2013 spring break study abroad course receives curriculum internationalization award

The 2013 School of Professional & Continuing Studies spring break study abroad course, Rise and Fall of the Celtic Tiger, has been awarded a curriculum internationalization grant of $2,000 from the University of Richmond Office of International Education.

May 1, 2012
View Flickr photos of Library Renovations
View photos of library renovations.
Summer Hours at Boatwright
2012 Summer Hours at Boatwright
Dr. Thomas Shields, director of the Center for Leadership in Education, elected VPEL president-elect
Dr. Thomas Shields, assistant professor of education in the School of Professional & Continuing Studies and director of the University’s Center for Leadership in Education, has been elected President-Elect of the Virginia Professors of Education Leadership.
April 30, 2012
Dr. Ellen Walk, information systems program chair, receives 2012 International Education Award

Dr. Ellen Walk, assistant professor and program chair of information systems in the School of Professional & Continuing Studies, has been awarded the 2012 International Education Award by the Office of International Studies at the University of Richmond.

English professor recognized with College Language Association lifetime achievement award
Daryl Dance, professor of English, has been recognized by the College Language Association (CLA) with a lifetime achievement award.
April 29, 2012
Apr 29: The next 10 Femail CEOs (www.fins.com)
A list of ten women who are "likely picks to lead a Fortune 1000 company within five years." The list includes Melanie Liddle Healey, B'83.