University of Richmond’s Office of the Chaplaincy, in partnership with the Department of Music, will hold the 41st annual “Candlelight Services of Lessons and Carols” Dec. 7 in Cannon Memorial Chapel. Two identical community services will be offered, one at 5 p.m., and again at 8 p.m.
Tom McInerney, president and CEO of Genworth Financial, will participate in a C-Suite Conversation Nov. 19, at 8 a.m., at the University of Richmond’s Robins School of Business. The program will be held in Queally Hall, Ukrop Auditorium. This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
The John Marshall International Center for the Study of Statesmanship will host several experts in the coming months who will share their views on preserving individual freedoms, self-interest and leading from behind.
Rock music was something raw and rebellious 50 years ago, and now it is the subject of an in-depth course at the University of Richmond's School of Professional and Continuing Studies.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and the same guidelines provided to University of Richmond students also benefit the community.
Bullying does not just happen in the classroom.
That is the message that activist and educator Dena Simmons is hoping to convey during an upcoming program at the University of Richmond. Simmons will present “Bullying: Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That” on Oct. 28, 6 p.m., Weinstein Hall, Brown-Alley Room (third floor) on the campus.
Carol A. Smith, vice president, publisher and chief revenue officer of Harper’s BAZAAR, will share her thoughts on surviving and succeeding in the magazine world, including her path to Harper’s BAZAAR.
During her time with the magazine she has made sweeping changes to the brand, including establishing the magazine’s niche position as the arbiter of modern luxury.
She will speak at the University of Richmond as a Robins School of Business Executive Speaker Series guest. The event will be held on Oct. 30, 6-7 p.m., in the Robins School’s Queally Hall, Ukrop Auditorium.
Ann Hodges, professor of law at the University of Richmond, has been selected as a 2014 recipient of the Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award. This national award was created to recognize academic faculty who have inspired former students to dedicate their work to the betterment of their community. Hodges was nominated by Victor Narro, a former student who became a prominent immigrants’ rights advocate.
A bagel break may just change the life of a woman recently diagnosed with cancer.
America's death penalty is a hot and controversial topic. Botched executions and untested lethal injection protocols have been making headlines.
The 2014 Allen Chair Symposium, “Lethal Injection, Politics and the Future of the Death Penalty” brings together a diverse group of individuals – all experts with a unique viewpoint on the death penalty – to share their expertise and spark a thoughtful, engaging conversation with each other and the audience.