Calendar of Events
Now showing events from February 8, 2017 to February 9, 2017
- Youth Life Foundation of Richmond OrientationFeb085:30 PM - 7:30 PMYouth Life Orientation will be taking place from 5:30-7:30p.m. Orientation will include an introduction, mentor training, and Youth Life training.
- Crooked Data opening reception/artists' talkFeb086:00 PM - 8:00 PMOpening reception, artists' talk, and preview of the exhibition "Crooked Data: (Mis)Information in Contemporary Art." Artists' talks by Brooke Inman, Adjunct Professor, Department of Art and Art History, University of Richmond, and University students enrolled in the 2016 fall semester "Introduction to Printmaking" course taught by Professor Inman. Free and open to the public.
- InterVarsity Christian Fellowship-IgniteFeb087:00 PM - 8:00 PMInterVarsity is a campus community that is centered on Jesus Christ. We realize that people are in many different places regarding their spiritual lives. Our hope is that InterVarsity is useful for anyone to come in contact with Jesus and grow in their understanding and enjoyment of His love, grace and truth. Join us on Wednesdays to experience community, learn together and even sing songs that... Continue reading
- Jewish Life-Weekly WednesdaysFeb087:30 PM - 8:30 PMEvery week, on Wednesday nights at 7:30 in the Wilton Center Conference Room, Hillel comes together to discuss different topics, engage in a social action project, or just hang out. Each topic, generated by our Hillel leadership team, is framed through Jewish values. Then, as a group we discuss how this topic is immediately relevant to our lives at UR in the 21st century. We have four... Continue reading
- C-Suite Conversation with Shane Emmett, Co-Founder and CEO of Health WarriorFeb097:30 AM - 9:00 AMThe Robins School of Business will continue to host the 2016-2017 C-Suite Conversations, a complimentary series of engaging, educational opportunities for students, alumni, and the Richmond community.... Continue reading
- Campus VisitFeb099:45 AM - 12:00 PMGeared toward prospective students and their families, the campus visit offers a general introduction to the University of Richmond, providing information on academics, student life, the application process, and financial aid. The visit typically includes a 30-minute information session conducted by an admission officer and a 90-minute walking tour led by a current student. Be sure to dress in... Continue reading
- Campus VisitFeb092:15 PM - 4:30 PMGeared toward prospective students and their families, the campus visit offers a general introduction to the University of Richmond, providing information on academics, student life, the application process, and financial aid. The visit typically includes a 30-minute information session conducted by an admission officer and a 90-minute walking tour led by a current student. Be sure to dress in... Continue reading
- ChinaFest - Inventing Nana Hsu: Creativity in Academic WritingFeb094:30 PM - 5:30 PMWhat’s in a doodle? Award-winning author Joseph R. Allen will tell us the story of his cross-cultural encounter with Nana Hsu and creative serendipity in his writing journey.... Continue reading
- Women with Weapons? In Search of the Female VikingFeb096:00 PM - 7:30 PMAs part of the Archeological Institute of America Lecture Series, Neil Price from Uppsala University presents a lecture on the search for the female Viking. This event is cosponsored by AIA and the Department of Classical Studies. The lecture is free and open to the public.
- ChinaFest - The Inaugural Irby B. Brown Lecture: Global China: Connections in ArtFeb097:00 PM - 8:00 PMChina has had a long history of interconnection with peoples outside of its borders, the effects of which have impacted and changed its art and culture. Meanwhile, influences also traveled the reverse direction with many world cultures having been profoundly affected by China, whether by the invention of gun powder, printing, or porcelain. This talk looks in the direction of China’s receipt... Continue reading