Media Coverage Highlights
The selected media placements below highlight stories about the University of Richmond, as well as articles featuring the expertise of UR faculty and staff.
- Brooklyn Daily: Prost! Brooklyn Fulbright scholar [University of Richmond student Ryan McEvoy] headed to Germany to teach English
- Bloomberg: Law professor Andy Spalding, an expert in international anti-corruption law, discusses Odebrecht Ordered to Pay $2.6 Billion Fine for Bribes.
- Richmond Times-Dispatch: Optimism high among chief executives of small to medium-sized businesses in region, Robins School of Business survey shows
- Diverse: Issues in Higher Education: Former astronaut and Spiders football standout Leland Melvin served as keynote speaker at the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars awards luncheon.
- Richmond Times-Dispatch: Marketing professor Dana-Nicoleta Lascu discusses merchandising strategy and the international marketplace in Need Supply Co. went from a tiny shop in Carytown to a global sales phenomenon
- Richmond Times-Dispatch: University of Richmond announces commencement speakers
- CBS 6: Visiting Robins School professor Fred Talbott discusses his course and upcoming workshop 'The Empathy Project' on Virginia This Morning.
- Richmond Times-Dispatch: Rick Mayes, political science professor and co-coordinator of the healthcare studies program, discusses Affordable Care Act in Richmond cancer survivor fears repeal of Affordable Care Act could leave her uninsured.
- The Progress-Index: International celebrities to visit Richmond’s French Film Festival. This event was also covered by the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Virginia Living and Style Weekly.
- Virginia Business: The number of Virginia CPAs is rising, and so is demand. Darrell Walden, chair of the accounting department, discusses UR’s successes and best practices within this field in Counting the Competition.
- Richmond Times-Dispatch: Netflix co-founder's lesson on entrepreneurship: 'If you don’t disrupt yourself, someone’s going to disrupt you for you,' feature on a speaker at University of Richmond Robins School of Business.
- U.S. News & World Report: Richmond School of Law professor Jack Preis was quoted in "As Trump Rolls Back Transgender Bathroom Rights..."
- CBS MoneyWatch: Preis was also asked to weigh in on Apple’s statement about transgender rights in Apple to Trump: We “disagree” with transgender decision.
- Richmond Times-Dispatch: Governor Terry McAuliffe has appointed SPCS dean Jamelle Wilson to serve on the Virginia Board of Education. Wilson’s appointment was also covered by NBC 12 and noted in an article in The Washington Post.
- NewsRadio 1140 WRVA: Law professor Hank Chambers discusses Trumps pick for the Supreme Court in Trump Picks Gorsuch for SCOTUS
- RVA Magazine:Richmond Justice Project highlights those impacted by the local justice system with new UR Downtown exhibit
- Richmond Times-Dispatch: Robins School of Business dean Nancy Bagranoff wrote this opinion piece about how business leaders have reacted to the President’s executive order on immigration.
- Richmond Times-Dispatch: UR Law School students help win presidential commutation of life sentence
- CommPro: Finance professor Tom Arnold penned this commentary Dow Jones Industrial Average – The Journey to 20,000.
- USA Today: Crystal Hoyt, a professor of leadership studies and psychology and associate dean of academic affairs in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, provides insight for At 2.6 million strong, Women's Marches crush expectations
- Higher Education Today: UR's President Ronald A. Crutcher wrote Richmond Joins Effort to Recruit, Graduate More Lower-income Students about Richmond joining the American Talent Initiative, which focuses on increasing opportunity for low- and moderate-income students. Higher Education Today is a blog by the American Council on Education.
- Richmond Times-Dispatch: Rick Mayes, political science professor and co-coordinator of the healthcare studies program, discussed what the future of health care might look like, especially regarding the Affordable Care Act in Federal health care conversation could affect Virginia
- Inside Higher Ed: An Inauguration eve panel discussion event hosted by the Office of International Education is highlighted in Some colleges planning alternative events for Inauguration Day