Five panelists discussed Sheryl Sandberg’s book, “Lean In,” which talks about how and why there is a lack of women in top, executive positions in today’s workforce.
Expert panelists will express their thoughts about Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s book, “Lean In: Women, Work, and The Will to Lead.”
After seeing the completion of The Richmond Promise next summer, Allred will take a year of sabbatical and then teach in the law school for two years.
Spiders for Terry encourages students to register to vote in Virginia and promotes the platform of gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe.
Lyniesha Wright studied abroad in Panama with an organization seeking to build a sustainable community. She discusses what she gained from the program.
Started in 1989 by Paul Porterfield and Uliana Gabara, the series has become a well-known and popular event, exposing the community to international cultures.
The Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology has one remaining member after four others left simultaneously.
Professor Rick Mayes was chosen to give the Last Lecture this year, in which he gave his audience six pieces of advice to leading a more meaningful life.
Inspired by a best-selling book, colleges have asked professors what they would say if they were to give a final lecture. UR will host a Last Lecture in April.
Chance to Play is the project of UR students with passions for sports and philanthropy. It works with the World Pediatric Project to serve patients in Richmond.