Campus Announcements

October 13, 2011
Religion and Women's Rights: Does Religious Conservatism Diminish or Elevate Women?
Does conservatism in religion diminish or elevate the rights of women?  On Oct. 27, we will unfold this compelling question in lively discussion at the second in a series of public presentations addressing religion and women’s rights.
October 12, 2011
Peace Corps at 50: Legacies and Futures of International Civic Engagement
In commemoration of the Peace Corps' 50th anniversary, the University of Richmond will host a panel discussion Oct. 26 that will explore how the Peace Corps grew into the program it is today and look at its role in cultures across the world.
October 6, 2011
Faculty pianists to perform on Smithsonian National Gallery Concert Series

Faculty pianists Dr. Joanne Kong and Dr. Paul Hanson will perform a concert on the Smithsonian Institution National Gallery Concert Series in Washington on Oct. 23 at 6:30 p.m.

October 5, 2011
Connect to BML Mobile!
Connect your mobile device to library resources.
Associate Dean David Kitchen publishes two learning modules in the Encyclopedia of Earth

Dr. David Kitchen, associate dean for strategic planning and summer programs in the School of Professional & Continuing Studies, has published two learning modules in the online Encyclopedia of Earth.

October 3, 2011
Podcasts@Boatwright Features Amanda Kleintop
Listen to the interview of Student Researcher Amanda Kleintop at Podcasts@Boatwright.
E-Resource of the Week: Digital Sanborn Maps, 1867 - 1970
Boatwright's E-Resource of the Week is the Digital Sanborn Maps Archive.
School of Professional & Continuing Studies announces name change
Effective October 3, 2011, the School of Continuing Studies is known as the School of Professional & Continuing Studies.
SPCS offers free professional development courses to current degree-seeking students
The School of Professional & Continuing Studies announces a pilot program that makes available select non-credit professional development courses to current part-time and full-time degree-seeking students for free.