Campus Announcements

June 22, 2012
June 22: Recent grads take grand prize (RichmondBizSense.com)
Crowd funding was a crowd favorite at a business plan contest Thursday night, and a Richmond startup now has $10,000 to put towards its vision. Plus see five photos from the event at the bottom of the story.
June 22: inLieu wins i.e. startup contest (Work It, Richmond)

Kailey Raymond and Geoff Weathersby, the founders of inLieu, graduated from the University of Richmond this spring.

June 22: inLieu wins Richmond startup competition (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Geoff Weathersby and Kailey Raymond started inLieu while taking an entrepreneurship class at the University of Richmond--they just graduated this spring.
June 21, 2012
Richmond Journal of Law and Technology Presents New Issue
The Richmond Journal of Law and Technology is proud to present the fourth and final issue of the 2011-2012 academic year.
June 21: Fed extends Twist bond program, but delays further action (Miami Herald)
Comments by Dean Croushore, chairman of the economics department at University of Richmond's Robins School of Business.
June 20, 2012
June 15, 2012
June 15: FundRoom site starts connecting investors with small businesses (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
FundRoom was started in 2009 by two University of Richmond graduates, Mathew Dellorso and Fred Bryant.
June 8, 2012
Jepson School to host Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought

Leading economics scholars and students from around the world will gather June 29-July 2 at the University of Richmond to discuss original research in the history of political economy.

June 6, 2012
June 6: Seeking Cheap Rides: RVA to New York City (Style Weekly)
George Hoffer, economics professor at the University of Richmond, comments.
June 5, 2012
President Ayers to teach about American South in Gilder Lehrman Institute class for teachers, park interpreters

University of Richmond President Edward Ayers will teach a week-long enrichment seminar for teachers, historical society staff and National Park Service interpreters on the history of the American South June 26-July 3 at the university.