Bobby Ukrop, president and chief executive officer of Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods, will be the guest of a C-Suite Conversation Sept. 20 at University of Richmond’s Robins School of Business.
When University of Richmond’s freshman class arrived for orientation Aug. 22, the 780 students were the most selective, diverse and international group in the university’s history.
The Princeton Review, the college guidebook and test preparation publisher, has selected the University of Richmond for a profile in its 2013 edition of “The Best 377 Colleges.”
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded $89,000 to Jerry Gilfoyle of Richmond, professor of physics at the University of Richmond, to continue his research in medium energy nuclear physics.
University of Richmond Robins School of Business will host “Summer of Scandal: Lenses on Ethical Failures in Business” Aug. 29, 6 p.m. at Ukrop Auditorium.
University of Richmond junior Samantha Lint became an advocate long before her 2012 summer internship in Washington, D.C. As a student at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Md., Lint enjoyed dance and performing arts classes, but soon noticed that not all children had the privilege of taking lessons.
The National Institutes of Health–National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has awarded Laura Runyen-Janecky, associate professor of biology at the University of Richmond, a three-year, $344,059 grant to continue her work on bacteria carried by tsetse flies and their potential implications for tsetse-borne disease.
The University of Richmond’s all-male a cappella group, The Octaves, is featured on a two-disc album showcasing the best a cappella tracks released by collegiate groups from around the world.
The "Fiske Guide to Colleges," a leading college guidebook, has selected the University of Richmond for its 2013 edition of the 320 “best and most interesting colleges in the United States, Canada and Great Britain.”
University of Richmond junior Manyang Kher remembers being 3 years old when the Sudanese civil war took his father’s life and separated him from his mother and sister. Kher spent the next 13 years in refugee camps, experiencing hunger, fear and abuse.