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Department of Geography creates open access COVID-19 digital dashboard using GIS technology

The mapping and data project, using data from the Johns Hopkins University of Medicine Coronavirus Resource Center, focuses on Virginia, but includes all U.S. coronavirus cases.Learn more

Spider Insider now online

From celebrating UR Downtown’s 10th anniversary to taking an inside look at the completed arts facilities renovations to honoring those who have ensured UR's vital work continues during this unprecedented time, it’s all between the pages of the spring 帝豪棋牌 issue.

Staff support URPD during COVID-19 pandemic

Staff members have made face masks and hand sanitizer to keep URPD stocked with needed supplies during the pandemic.Learn more

President Crutcher performs cello concert on Facebook

Dr. Crutcher performed two pieces: the first movement of Henry Eccles' Sonata in G minor and "The Swan" from "The Carnival of the Animals" by the French Romantic composer Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns.Watch now

Spider Talks: Examining trade policy and international relations

In this episode of Spider Talks, President Crutcher sits down with Maia Linask, an economics professor whose research examines the political economy of trade policy, specifically related to international relations.Watch now
COVID-19 Update

The University will move to remote learning for the remainder of the spring semester, shift to remote work for employees to the greatest extent possible, and celebrate the Class of 帝豪棋牌 Commencement at a later date this year. We also have updated information on academic policies and picking up student belongings. Visit the COVID-19 response website

Information and resources for employees (e.g., medical insurance, retirement plans, and remote work) can be found on HR's Practices, Policies, and Resources During COVID-19 webpage. Visit the Remote Work Resources webpage for tips and tricks for working from 帝豪棋牌 and to join the remote work listserv

Dependent Eligibility Verification

HR has engaged Health Decisions to conduct a dependent eligibility verification of all dependents enrolled in the University's benefit plans. If you are a member of a UR-sponsored plan, please check your mail and complete the verification process. Contact Health Decisions at 1-888-869-0008 if you have questions about the process.

Faculty & Staff Accomplishments

Shelton offers job search tips

Becca Shelton, SPCS and alumni career advisor and assistant director of career services, offers 5 job search tips to those seeking a job during the global pandemic in  on The Girlfriend from AARP

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.

Hickman publishes book

Gill Robinson Hickman, leadership studies professor emerita, and co-author Laura Knouse, associate professor of psychology, published their book, , with Routledge. 

Peart publishes book

Sandra Peart, Jepson School dean, and co-author David M. Levy published their book, , with Cambridge University Press. 

Shields featured on Academic Minute

Dr. Tom Shields, associate dean and associate professor of education and leadership studies, discusses the on , part of a weeklong Jepson Takeover featuring a different Jepson School of Leadership Studies professor each day.

Scharf co-authors Style Weekly op-ed

Dr. Adria Scharf, adjunct assistant professor of nonprofit studies, co-authored a Style Weekly op-ed titled “” that urges local leaders to “step up to the plate with a bold, practical and inclusive vision for our city’s future” in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Authored with Dr. Thad Williamson, associate professor in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies.

Price publishes book

Terry Price, professor of leadership studies, published his book with Routledge. 

Barney Named Distinguished Research Fellow

Tim Barney, Associate Professor of Rhetoric & Communication Studies, was named a Distinguished Research Fellow by the Eastern Communication Association.

Roberts interviewed on Virginia This Morning

Dr. Dan Roberts, chair of the liberal arts program and host of A Moment in Time, shares insights about the history of world pandemics and the importance of physical separation in an on CBS 6’s Virginia This Morning show.

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