School of Professional & Continuing Studies

Academic Program Information Sessions

Online information sessions for our academic programs are back on our agenda this week. Join us for one of these sessions to learn more about our graduate and undergraduate programs.

  • Tuesday, March 21: Graduate education & teaching
  • Wednesday, March 22: Bachelor’s degrees & undergraduate certificates
  • Tuesday, March 28: Graduate programs in HR management, liberal arts & nonprofit studies
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Don't Forget, We've Moved!

To accommodate renovation of the Special Programs Building, we have temporarily moved our main office to the 2nd floor of North Court, in the office wing of the building. Our street and mailing address is as follows:

School of Professional & Continuing Studies
421 Westhampton Way
University of Richmond, VA 23173

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Tom J. Shields
Shields Presents Census Data with Spatial Analysis Lab

Tom Shields, SPCS associate dean for academic & students affairs and chair of the SPCS Education program, presented the most recent Unpacking the Census information at the UR Faculty Hub’s Morning Blend earlier this week. Shields co-presented with Kyle Redican, director of the Spatial Analysis Lab.

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Daniel L. Hocutt
Hocutt Receives Distinguished Article Award

Daniel L. Hocutt, Adjunct Professor of Liberal Arts, has received the Frank R. Smith Distinguished Article Award for 2023 from the Society for Technical Communication. The award-winning article, co-written with professors from George Mason University and Central Michigan University, was published in November 2022.

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Sarah Beth Calveric
Calveric Named Va. Region 3 Superintendent of the Year

Sarah Calveric, Adjunct Associate Professor of Education and Caroline County School Superintendent, has been named the Region 3 Superintendent of the Year by the Virginia Association of School Superintendents. The award makes Calveric eligible to contend for the Commonwealth’s Superintendent of the Year award to be announced in April.

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Andrew Schoeneman
Schoeneman Promoted to Associate Professor

Andrew Schoeneman, nonprofit studies program chair, has been promoted to the rank of Associate Professor of Nonprofit Studies in the School of Professional & Continuing Studies based upon his achievements in teaching, program development and administration, scholarship, and service. The University’s Board of Trustees approved the promotion during its February meeting.

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