The School of Arts and Sciences is the first school of every undergraduate at UR. We welcome students to courses of discovery and creation, through 22 departments and 10 interdisciplinary programs.
- Loo Fellowship
Dr. Tse Loo, Associate Professor of History and International Studies, has been awarded a year-long fellowship from the Japan Foundation to work on her book project, “Religion and Rule in Prewar Okinawa.”
- Podcasts@Boatwright: Dr. Aleksandra Sznajder Lee
Dr. Aleksandra Sznajder Lee discussed her new book, Transnational Capitalism in East Central Europe’s Heavy Industry, on Podcasts@Boatwright
- Sweis Articles and Chapter
Dr. Rania Sweis recently published the article "Security and the Traumatized Street Child: How Gender Shapes International Psychiatric Aid in Cairo" in the journal Medical Anthropology Quarterly; the article "Children as Biological Sufferers: The Paradox of International Medical Aid for Homeless Children in Cairo," in the journal Childhood; and the book chapter titled "Do Muslim Village Girls Need Saving? Critical Reflections on Gender and the Suffering Child in International Aid" in the forthcoming book, The Status of Women and Girls: A Global Perspective (Lexington Books).
- de Sá research featured
Dr. Rafael de Sá's discovery of three new species of frogs in Brazil's Atlantic Forest was featured in Mongabay.
- Knouse Article
Dr. Laura Knouse, along with Milan Brooks, '18, and Jonathan Teller, '17, had their article Meta-Analysis of Cognitive Behavioral Treatments for Adult ADHD accepted in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
- Shaw Recongition
Dr. Kelly Shaw was just named a senior member of the Association of Computing Machinery.
- Brinkerhoff Featured on WCVE
Dr. Jory Brinkerhoff shared his expertise on ticks and Lyme disease with WCVE.
- Maurantonio Article
Dr. Nicole Maurantonio's research on how journalism helps cover up systemic racism was featured in Journalism Research News.
- Mayes Featured in RTD
Dr. Rick Mayes described the intricacies of repealing the Affordable Care Act to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
- Davis Fulbright
Dr. Jim Davis recently received a Fulbright Global Scholar award, to allow him to travel to Germany, France, and Canada to work with colleagues on solving problems related to coding theory and combinatorics
Scholarship Repository Readership
The University of Richmond's Scholarship Repository shares faculty publications with a world-wide audience. The map below shows where articles from arts and sciences faculty are being read around the globe.
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