School of Professional & Continuing Studies

Good Luck on Exams

Degree-seeking students have entered the fall semester final exam period, December 6-11. We wish you all well on your final projects, exams, papers and presentations!

The end of the fall semester is December 11. Final grades for degree-seeking students are due from faculty in the morning on December 16.

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We continue to update SPCS-specific guidance related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The University is now operating in the Lime stage of our Physical Distancing Framework, with masks required in all campus buildings.

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Lionel Mew
Mew & Poe Publish Research Article

Lionel Mew, assistant professor and chair of information systems, has published a research article with Laura Poe, adjunct assistant professor of information systems. Their article, The Effects of Using the Agile Methodology as an Instructional Format for Software Development Courses, was published online first in the journal Industry and Higher Education.

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Laura F. Poe
Poe & Mew Publish Research Article

Laura Poe, adjunct assistant professor of information systems, has published a research article with Lionel Mew, assistant professor and chair of information systems. Their article, The Effects of Using the Agile Methodology as an Instructional Format for Software Development Courses, was published online first in the journal Industry and Higher Education.

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Peggy L. Watson
Watson Quoted in UR Athletics Story

Peggy Watson, director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in SPCS, is quoted extensively in a Richmond Athletics article, Women’s Basketball Continues to Grow Partnership with Osher, about the growing partnership between the Osher Institute and the Spiders Women’s Basketball team.

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Erik Nielson
Nielson Quoted in Rolling Stone Article

Erik Nielson, professor and assistant chair of liberal arts, is quoted as an expert on the use of rap lyrics in criminal trials in the Rolling Stone article “New York Lawmakers Introducing Bill to Limit Rap Lyrics as Evidence in Criminal Trials.” Nielson and Andrea L. Dennis (Georgia Tech) are referenced as co-authors of Rap on Trial: Race, Lyrics, and Guilt in America.

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