Campus Announcements

April 4, 2012
Apr 4: Local CEOs More Optimistic in Latest Survey (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Jeff Pollack, assistant professor of management at University of Richmond's Robins School of Business, comments

April 2, 2012
Paralegal Studies program chair publishes in Journal of Applied Management & Entrepreneurship

Porcher Taylor, professor and paralegal studies program chair, has co-authored an article in the most recent issue of the peer-reviewed Journal of Applied Management & Entrepreneurship.

Poet, adjunct professor Ron Smith offers remarks to VCU English graduates

J. Ron Smith, nationally-recognized poet and adjunct professor of liberal arts in the School of Professional & Continuing Studies, recently offered commencement remarks to English graduates at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Rhetoric professor named Kenneth Burke Scholar of the Year
Mari Boor Tonn, associate professor of rhetoric and communication studies, will be honored as the Kenneth Burke Scholar of the Year at the Southern States Communication Conference.
April 1, 2012
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E-Resource of the Week: CQ Political Science Suite
CQ Press Political Suite is the e-resource of the week at Boatwright.
Apr 1: RIC airport travelers have options for parking (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
George Hoffer, transportation economist at the University of Richmond, comments
March 30, 2012
Dr. Erik Nielson, professor of liberal arts, invited to publish first monograph by Manchester University Press

Dr. Erik Nielson, assistant professor of liberal arts and program coordinator for the communications core in the School of Professional & Continuing Studies, has accepted the opportunity to publish his first monograph with Manchester University Press.

March 29, 2012
Carol Parish receives Fulbright Scholar Award

Dr. Parish has received a Fulbright Scholar Award to conduct research in Israel, “Investigating the Reactivity of Oil Shale” during the fall 2012 semester.

Mar 29: McCartney's half sister says digital media holds power (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Ruth McCartney, Paul McCartney's half sister, spoke about digital media at University of Richmond on Wednesday.