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UR among the country's top Fulbright producers

The University of Richmond is among only 11 institutions in the country being honored for producing the most Fulbright U.S. Students and Fulbright U.S. Scholars for 2018–19.

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UR faculty and staff experts discuss the Periodic Table

The United Nations declared 2019 the "International Year of the Periodic Table," marking the 150th anniversary. UR faculty and staff discuss specific chemical elements related to their areas of expertise.Learn more

Digital humanities professor receives research fellowship

Digital humanities professor Lauren Tilton received an NEH-Mellon Fellowship for a project mapping oral histories of people living in the American South during the Great Depression.Learn more

Spider Talks: Human Rights and Modern Day Slavery

In this episode of Spider Talks, President Crutcher sits down with political science professor Monti Datta, who helped launch the Global Slavery Index. The tool assesses the prevalence of human trafficking across the world.Watch the video

Faculty & Staff Accomplishments

Phil Hayes awarded Kennedy Center Medallion

Phil Hayes, shop foreman, was awarded a 2019 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Medallion for his work as Region IV Festival technical director. 

Singh Wins Prestigious Fellowship

On the Verge: Experiments in Extinction. Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowship for Recently Tenured Scholars encourage long-term, ambitious scholarly projects at an important stage of the academic career. These awards are made possible by the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Rob Andrejewski receives Green Giant Award Rob Andrejewski, director of sustainability, was awarded the Green Giant Award for 2018 from The Falls of the James Group of the Sierra Club. The award recognizes outstanding efforts in environmental advocacy and education in the central Virginia region.
Bezio speaks at international conference

Kristin Bezio, associate professor of leadership studies, presented "Crooked Politics: Shakespeare's Richard III and Leadership in 21st-Century America" at The Arts of Leading: Perspectives from the Humanities and Liberal Arts conference at Wake Forest University.

Singh in LA Review of Books

No Archive Will Restore You troubles the boundaries that we imagine in and through the body.

Singh in LA Review of Books

No Archive Will Restore You troubles the boundaries that we imagine in and through the body.

Lambert Grant Supports Student Research

NIMH R15 grant "Deconstructing Depressive Susceptibility and Emotional Resilience in Rats"  was funded.

Lambert Co-Author of New Article

On "Maternal-Induced Shifts," Reproductive Experience Alters Emotional and Cognitive Biobehavioral Responses in Rats.

Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints

Featured in Art Daily, the exhibition is a tribute to the centuries old handmade designs and patterns on textiles that originated in Indonesia.

Hidalgo authors book on immigration

Javier Hidalgo, aasociate professor of leadership studies, authored Unjust Borders: Individuals and the Ethics of Immigration (Nov. 2018, Routledge).

Arnold Publishes New Book

A Computational Approach to Statistical Learning (February 2019; CRC Press) with Mike Kane (Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at Yale) and mathematician Bryan Lewis. 

Lee featured in grant announcement

Adjunct assistant professor of liberal arts Lauranett Lee, who also serves as a visiting lecturer in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, is pictured identifying fingerprints in the bricks at Menokin in an announcement of new grant awards from Virginia Humanities.

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