Campus Announcements

September 27, 2011
September 27 Hurricane cut traffic at RIC in August (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Comments by George Hoffer, transportation economist in the Robins School of Business.  
September 27 Are new airline-fee rules helping travelers? (The Seattle Times)
George Hoffer, transportation economist in the Robins School of Business, comments.
Friends of the Library Talk features Dr. Joe Hoff

The Friends of Boatwright Memorial Library will host a talk with Dr. Joseph Hoff, Associate Dean of International Education, University of Richmond.

Certificate program in museum management partners with Institute on Philanthropy
The Virginia Association of Museums (VAM) has partnered with the University of Richmond Institute on Philanthropy (IOP) to provide fundraising course work for the requirements of VAM’s Certificate in Museum Management.
September 26, 2011
You Spoke! We Listened!

The library appreciates your voice and feedback in the last year.

September 24, 2011
September 24 New fuel standards will be tough (Standard-Examiner)

George Hoffer, transportation economist at the University of Richmond, comments.


September 23, 2011
Partners in the Arts program director to present at 2012 National Arts Education Association convention
Dr. Elizabeth A. Sheehan, Director of the Partners in the Arts program at the School of Continuing Studies, will present a paper at the 2012 annual convention of the National Arts Education Association.
September 22, 2011
September 22 The Navigator: Is the DOT's new airline fee disclosure rule any good? (The Washington Post)

George Hoffer, transportation economist at the University of Richmond, comments.


September 22 Fed hopes debt plan starts recovery (Herald Washington Bureau affiliate)
Dean Croushore, economics department chair in the Robins School of Business, comments.
Marshall Center Talk: Former FBI hostage negotiator to discuss crisis communications
Founding chief of the FBI Crisis Negotiation Unit Gary Noesner will share insights and tips from his 30-year career.