Building an Economy that Works for People & Place
A Conversation about Real Emerging Alternatives — Farmer, author and nationally-renowned sustainability thought leader Anthony Flaccavento will discuss key aspects of his book, Building a Healthy Economy from the Bottom Up. February 22, 12-1:30pm
Children's Author & Illustrator Jason Chin
The School of Arts & Sciences Education Department hosts children’s author and illustrator Jason Chin for a talk about his work. Chin specializes in science literacy, and his lecture will focus on how he develops his picture books. February 22, 5:30-6:30pm
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More than 50 years ago, the School of Professional and Continuing Studies (SPCS) pioneered professional and continuing education in Richmond. Today, we enrich the lives and careers of thousands of part-time and nontraditional students of all ages.
As one of the five schools of the University of Richmond, we make available to nontraditional students the resources of the University. We’re the only school in the nation’s top 50 small private liberal arts colleges with a dedicated division for professional and continuing education.
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