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The University of Richmond is expecting to give out at least 230 Summer Fellowships this year to fund both undergraduate research and internships.
A Richmond Biology class’ research on the invasive plant species Phragmites australis has influenced Va. Department of Recreation and Conservation’s procedures.
This past summer, 217 students stayed on campus to partake in summer research, with 167 of them doing some research in the sciences.
Are faces really special? That’s a question that’s been debated for years, and Cindy Bukach, assistant professor of psychology, is trying to find the answer by looking at cars.
The University of Richmond is offering a new way to study science, one that breaks down the barriers between biology, chemistry, physics, math and computer science and fuses them into a single science “supercourse” for first-year students.
E. Claiborne Robins School of Business economics professor and Rigsby Fellow Dean Croushore has been named interim director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s new Real-Time Data Research Center.
Richmond College senior Matt Luchansky and 2007 graduate Katie Weber received highly competitive graduate research fellowships that will fund research at any institution for up to three years.