Dr. David Salisbury awarded an $8000 grant from the Pan American Institute of Geography and History.
ChinaFest Film Weekend starts on February 10.
Rafael de Sà, Professor of Biology, has been awarded a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation in the amount of $307,915.
In early February, the Trial Advocacy Board had two teams competing for the first time in the John L. Costello National Criminal Law Trial Advocacy Competition.
Randy Raggio, assistant professor of marketing in the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond, offers comments on Superbowl ads.
Experts in the fields of law, public policy and philosophy will examine the morality, legality and nature of assassination. The symposium will include a panel session, reception and keynote lecture.
Peter Bernard, Bon Secours Virginia CEO, spoke at the University of Richmond as part of the Robins School's C-Suite Conversations speaker series event.
The Feb. 1 Cultural Connections features a discussion on ATTRACTION.
A new book in the “Jepson Studies in Leadership” series that looks at the nature, history and function of executive power includes a chapter by alumna Alison M. Smith, '05.
Richmond Times-Dispatch is the library's e-resource of the week.