Student SpiderBytes

This Week
  • Participants Needed for Psych Study

    Student volunteers needed for a research study on the effects of thoughts on everyday feelings and behaviors. Participation includes two 1-hour sessions in the Psychology Department and completing short surveys on your phone during the course of one week. Participants will be paid up to $29.00 for participation and may be entered into a raffle for one of two $100 Amazon gift cards.

    Contact Dr. Knouse at for any questions.
  • Credit Suisse: Investment Bank Webinar

    Curious about how an Investment Bank Analyst spends the day? Join Credit Suisse during their webinar to learn about a day in the life as an IB Analyst. This virtual event will be followed by a Q&A session with representatives from investment banking, sales & trading, and Campus Recruitment.

    Register by March 2.
  • Wells Fargo: Creating a Rock-Solid Resume

    Please join them on Thursday, March 4, as Wells Fargo hosts a 60-minute webinar to provide students tips on how to showcase their personality, skills, and accomplishments while highlighting what they have to offer to a potential employer. This webinar is open to students from all majors and disciplines.

    To participate, please register by Wednesday, March 3.
  • Klaviyo Information Session

    Klaviyo invites you to attend their info session which will feature two Richmond alumnae, Alexa Gilbert, '20, and Rebecca Goldman, '20, who work as Business Development Representatives (BDR) at Klaviyo, an email marketing platform. Come learn about the position and then apply for the job in SpiderConnect by the March 12 deadline!
  • Peace Corps: Careers in Service

    Serve at home or abroad. Join them for a panel discussion featuring representatives from the Peace Corps, the State Department, and City Year to learn about volunteer experiences, ask questions about service, and gain knowledge about the benefits of a career serving others.
  • University Faculty Meeting - March 5

    There will be a University Faculty Meeting on Friday, March 5, beginning at 3 p.m. via Zoom.

    The Zoom connection information is:, Meeting ID: 854 7125 7447 and is also provided on the agenda which is available on the Senate website under "Meeting Minutes and Agendas."

    Any questions may be directed to Gina Flanagan (
  • Learn More About Sustainability at UR

    Do you want to learn more about sustainability at University of Richmond? Would you like to connect with other students engaged in sustainability on campus? Our Intro to Sustainability sessions will give you an overview of sustainability at a global, campus, and individual level. Get to know exactly what UR is doing to reduce waste, promote a healthy environment, conserve energy, and educate our campus. This will also be an opportunity for you to ask any sustainability questions or share any ideas you may have.

    Register to attend a virtual Intro to Sustainability session on Wednesday, March 3, at 7:30 p.m. A Zoom link will be emailed to you prior to the session.

    Register here:
  • Parking Alert-BB Game Day Parking March 4-5

    Lots C61 (X Lot), C62 (New Fraternity Row) and C66 (Special Events) will be closed to resident students who do NOT have X or WW permits on Thursday, March 4, and Friday, March 5, as these lots will be used for the A10 Basketball Tournament. Additionally, C61 and C66 will have limited parking on these dates.

    Only students assigned to lots C61 and C66, with X and WW permits, can park in their assigned lot on those dates. All other resident students without X or WW permits must park in their assigned lots. Students not assigned to C61 or C66 will receive a $50 citation for parking in either of these lots on these dates.

    Students with an X or WW permit can call parking at 804-289-8703 to ask for a prior arrangement for another student lot if their assigned lot is full on those dates.

    Parking and Transportation
  • Lots C70, C73 & C75 Limited Parking March 4-5

    Parking lots C70 (Boatwright), C73 (Bostwick) and C75 (Campus Drive) will have limited parking on Thursday, March 4, and Friday, March 5, for the A10 Basketball Tournament.

    Law students are allowed to park in these lots on those dates, but please allow additional time to find parking on campus on those dates.

    Law students can call parking at 804-289-8703 to ask for a prior arrangement for another student lot if their assigned lot is full on those dates.

    Parking and Transportation
  • Transition to Red Stage

    As previously announced, the University's Enhanced Red Stage status will be in place through Feb. 28. The University will transition to the Red Stage of its Physical Distancing Framework on Monday, March 1.

    In addition to our face covering and physical distancing requirements, key components of the Red Stage include:
    --All residential students must remain on campus except for essential activities such as a doctor's appointment, visit to a pharmacy, or employment.
    --Students residing off campus should limit their errands to essentials such as grocery stores, pharmacies, and physician offices.
    --External visitors are not permitted on campus, except for University approved contractors and vendors.

    We continue to be grateful for the commitment of our Spider community to persevere during this semester and do what is necessary to ensure the continued health, well-being, and safety of our campus. Please refamiliarize yourself with the specifics of the Red Stage here: