Campus Announcements

November 3, 2011
2010-2011 Annual Library Digital Report
Review the accomplishments of Boatwright Library in 2010-2011 by reading our annual report.
November 3 C-Suite Conversations Continues With Brink¿s Company Leadership (Midlothian Exchange)
Michael Dan, president, CEO and chairman of The Brink's Company, will speak at one of the C-Suite Conversations at University of Richmond's Robins School of Business on November 17.
November 2, 2011
Podcasts@Boatwright Features Kelly Landers
Kelly Landers '11, discusses her senior thesis research.
E-Resource of the Week: Project Muse
The E-Resource of the Week is Project Muse.
November 1, 2011
Alumnus Amandeep Sidhu named to National Law Journal's Minority Top 40 Under 40
The National Law Journal has named Amandeep Sidhu, L’05, to its 2011 Minority Top 40 Under 40 List. Sidhu, who began working at McDermott Will & Emery in Washington, D.C., in 2007, has built a reputation as a strong litigator with a commitment to pro bono work.
October 31, 2011
Zach McNelis, '11, selected as student participant in 'Engage the Trustees' program
Zach McNelis, C‘11, was selected as a student participant in the Office of Alumni and Career Services 'Engage the Trustees' program during Homecoming Weekend on Friday, October 21.
National Science Foundation awards $646,168 grant to University of Richmond professor and collaborators to continue brain studies
National Science Foundation awards $646,168 grant to University of Richmond professor and collaborators to continue brain studies
October 28, 2011
October 28 Atack buys large parcel in western Henrico (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
George Hoffer, transportation economist in the Robins School of Business, comments.
October 27, 2011
Professor Jack Preis name Appellate Lawyer of the Week by National Law Journal
Professor Jack Preis name Appellate Lawyer of the Week by National Law Journal
October 26, 2011
Lunchtime Program on Lewis Ginter: Richmond's Gilded Age Icon
Join local author Brian Burns as he discusses his new book, Lewis Ginter, Richmond's Gilded Age Icon.