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Features and news items about the School of Professional & Continuing Studies, other schools of the University and the University of Richmond itself.


News & Features

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Justin Haskins, C'10 - Paralegal Studies graduate excels in academic and humanitarian fields - spcs.richmond.edu

Written by Dr. Erik Nielson, @urscs professor of English | Obama And Hip-Hop: A Relationship In Decline | The New Republic

Ranee Kamens, #ThinkAgain instructor, may not be from Richmond, but in a very short time, she has become the quintessential Richmond girl - a Ram and a Spider, who is creative, passionate, and driven to help people become the best version of themselves - RichmondGRID.com: SIMPLIFYING RVA #rva Richmond Grid

By Dr. Erik Nielson, Professor of Liberal Arts - "How hip-hop fell out of love with Obama" - The Guardian #guardian #hiphop #rap Barack Obama was once hailed as America's first hip-hop president. Why have so many rappers now given up on 'B-rock'?

Half-Century Age Differences: SPCS graduates represent youngest, oldest UR graduates of 2012 - University of Richmond

Bianca Spurlock, C'12 Bianca Spurlock, C'12, encourages working professionals to pursue a higher degree - University of Richmond

William 'Bill' Bailey, Osher Member An Osher Institute membership offers the acceptance of family and the challenge of artistry - University of Richmond

Environmental Stewardship & Sustainable Design program instructor W. John Hayden is mentioned in this article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch - "Wildflower of the Year named for 2012"

Spiders Sports - UR's thumbs-up was instrumental in VCU's addition to the A-10 - Richmond Times-Dispath

UR's thumbs-up was instrumental in VCU's addition to the A-10

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Spiders Baseball - Veteran Spiders bring momentum into A-10 baseball tournament - Richmond Times-Dispatch

Kellie Amberger, C'11 Earning a degree as a working professional matches the challenges of starting a business in difficult economic times - University of Richmond

John Miers, C‘13, never lost sight of his dream to earn a bachelor’s degree despite a twenty-five-year postponement.

Linda Hutson, C‘12, refused to let her past become an obstacle to earning a bachelor’s degree at the University of Richmond School of Professional & Continuing Studies.

Every issue since 1914 of the University of Richmond's student newspaper.

The Collegian Newspaper Archives

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University of Richmond named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National & Community Service!

Did you know SPCS offers Spring Break Abroad study opportunities, designed specifically for working adult students? Check it out!

As a lifelong educator, Dr. Dale Kalkofen is utilizing her past educational experiences in her position as chair of the Partners in the Arts Governance Committee. Partners in the Arts is a program of the School.

Tom Parfitt brings his back-room kitchen experience front and center through the Baking and Pastry Arts Center—and gives a small taste of the art of making chocolate.

The Landscape Horticulture, Plants and Practices professional certification is perfect for anyone interested in expanding their knowledge of plants and sustainable horticulture practices including homeowners as well as professionals in a variety of fields.

Award-winning author, columnist, speaker, and writing coach Stacy Hawkins Adams, C‘13, is back in the classroom pursuing her passion for lifelong learning.