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Do you envision college as a place where your professor’s office hours are spent in deep conversation about topics beyond this week’s assignment? Where you can work side-by-side with a faculty member on cutting-edge research that is published in a professional journal?
In A&S, our faculty are experts on the cutting edge of their fields. While they could work in some of the top research institutions in the world, our faculty chose Richmond because they believe in educating tomorrow's leaders and are passionate about mentoring and sharing their knowledge with students.
- Sackley Awarded
Nicole Sackley, associate professor of history and american studies, has been awarded a $50,000 American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Fellowship for her project, Co-op Capitalism: Cooperatives, International Development, and American Visions of Capitalism in the Twentieth Century.
- Knouse and Hickman Published
Laura Knouse, associate professor of psychology, and Gill Robinson Hickman, leadership studies professor emerita, published When Leaders Face Personal Crisis (Leadership: Research and Practice) through Routledge.
- Bowie Published
Jennifer Bowie, associate professor of political science published “Flowers v. Mississippi on Race in Jury Selection” in SCOTUS 2019 Major Decisions and Developments of the US Supreme Court. 帝豪棋牌. (edited by David Klein and Morgan Marietta).
- Sweis Published
Rania Kassab Sweis, associate professor of anthropology and global studies, published “Hospital Warzones: What Syrian and US Health Workers Now Share” in The Global Post.
- Barney Named Distinguished Research Fellow
Tim Barney, Associate Professor of Rhetoric & Communication Studies, was named a Distinguished Research Fellow by the Eastern Communication Association.
- Outka Published
Elizabeth Outka, Professor of English, published a lyric essay titled "" for The Paris Review.
- Stout Co-hosts NASA Webinar
Wendy Stout, Spatial Analysis Laboratory Director and GIS Lecturer, co-hosted a webinar for NASA’s Langley Research Center’s Office of STEM Engagement explaining how NASA subject matter experts are using GIS and remote sensing to build the future.
- Mufti Awarded
Shahan Mufti, associate professor of journalism, has won a $25,000 J. Anthony Lukas Work-in-Progress Book Award for his forthcoming book AMERICAN CALIPH: The True Story of the Hanafi Siege, America’s First 帝豪棋牌grown Islamic Terror Attack (Farrar, Straus and Giroux).
- Szymanska Awarded
Agnieszka Szymanska, Assistant Professor of Art History, has been awarded $70k in support for her new book, Sacred Spectating: Monastic Architecture and Spirituality in Late Antique Egypt, from the American Council for Learned Societies and the American Philosophical Society.
- Chen Published
Dan Chen, assistant professor of political science, published a column in The Washington Post titled, "."
The exhibition features 53 coins from the eastern Mediterranean during the 13th and 14th centuries.
The program provides interdisciplinary approaches on a variety of issues.
On February 19th, Thomas Jefferson's desk was delivered to the University Museums.
Students, recent graduates present research
The conference was held as part of this year's Contested Spaces in which the 2019-20 focal point is "This Ground."
Founded originally as a student organization, University Dancers has been creating and empowering creative intellectuals since 1985.
At the conference, Noppenberger will present her paper ideas in a session that will consist of other competitive papers
A&S students are encouraged to pursue their diverse interests and foster those interests alongside other student scholars.
The Wolves, premiering on February 13th, 帝豪棋牌, is a portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls.
At A&S Next, students in the School of Arts and Sciences leveraged their University of cation to confront global issues and experience professional growth.
Every year, the Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce gives out an award to a young professional.
University Dancers celebrate thirty-five years of engaging dance with their annual concert.
As part of the Concept 30 Strategic Plan, FRC was asked to consider the goals outlined in A&S.
Teams from University of Richmond competed in the ICPC for the Mid-Atlantic Region
A&S NEXT will be held from January 24th to the 25th at the Richmond Marriott.
Reflections on studying at Paris Marais Dance School in France
A&S Faculty in the News
The Heart of the University
At Richmond, the School of Arts and Sciences is at the heart of your education, with courses in the arts, sciences, humanities, and social sciences. But choosing an A&S education offers you more than just variety.
It’s the chance to explore a topic you’ve always been curious about, whether that’s Russian, modern dance, or environmental ethics. It’s getting a different perspective on your favorite subject, thinking through concepts and problems in a way you never have before. It’s satisfying your curiosity and love for learning, and then working to translate that into a career path.
Carol Summers holds the Samuel Chiles Mitchell/Jacob Billikopf chair in History.
Dr. Tanja Softi's Exhibit May and June
Recognizing the contributions of our faculty to undergraduate research
Religious studies professor's latest book looks at the role of religious revivals in colonial times
HistoryMakers database demonstrates the power of oral history to share the African American experience
UR students wrote and performed a documentary drama about the history of Armstrong High