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The University of Richmond recognizes and values the work of its faculty and staff. Be sure to visit the University’s Faculty and Staff page for updates on activities, event, accomplishments and more. Accomplishments submitted to SPCS via the Faculty/Staff Accomplishments form will be included in the Accomplishments section of this page.

Adjunct Faculty Information

The Adjunct Faculty Advisory Committee (AFAC) has developed a comprehensive guide of processes and resources for adjunct faculty members.

Full Time Faculty Information

The following resources are provided for full-time faculty members.

Information for All Faculty

The following resources may provide useful to all SPCS faculty members:

Faculty Meetings

Fall: September 13, 2019, 5-8 p.m.

Spring: January 2020, day TBA, 5-8 p.m.

Jepson Alumni Center

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Special Programs Building
490 Westhampton Way
Univ. of Richmond, VA 23173
Phone: (804) 289-8133
Fax: (804) 289-8138
spcs@richmond.edu

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Faculty & Staff Accomplishments

  • Lee named William & Mary's chief human resources officer

    Dr. Christopher D. Lee, Adjunct Associate Professor of HR Management, has been named William & Mary’s next chief human resources officer. He takes the role after serving as associate vice chancellor for human resource services for the Virginia Community College System (VCCS). 

  • Maurakis receives grant for research project

    Visiting research scientist & SPCS adjunct professor Eugene G. Maurakis has been awarded funding from the Virginia Academy of Science for his research project, “Testing the General Public’s Knowledge and Attitudes of Nest-building Fishes in Virginia.”

  • Hocutt successfully defends doctoral dissertation

    SPCS web manager and adjunct professor of liberal arts Daniel Hocutt successfully defended his doctoral dissertation toward earning a PhD in English at Old Dominion University. The dissertation traces rhetorical agency in algorithm-centered activities and demonstrates that agency is shared across human and nonhuman actors in online research.

  • Spires serves on Inequality & Human Trafficking panel

    Assistant professor of education Bob Spires served on a panel on Inequality & Human Trafficking at the Annual Atlanta Global Studies Symposium at Georgia Tech University on April 26. Panelists from North America, West Africa & Asia examined causes, consequences & solutions to address global human trafficking.

  • Spires presents on rural Cambodian border youth

    Assistant professor of education Bob Spires presented An Exploratory Case Study on Rural Cambodian Border Youth: Social & Educational Barriers with Implications for Development with a colleague from Colorado Mesa U at Education for Sustainability: CIES 2019, April 14-18.

  • Raymond presents on programming for au pairs

    SPCS senior program manager Mary Catherine Raymond, C’17, presented a session titled “Professional Development & Personal Enrichment Programming for Au Pairs Living in the U.S.” at the 9th Annual Continuing Education Training Institute (CETI) on April 15-16, 2019.

  • Milby quoted in Scholastic Raise a Reader blog

    Director of reading in the education department Tammy Milby is quoted throughout the Scholastic blog article 7 Important Questions to Ask Your Child During Story Time that encourages parents to “amplify the benefits” of story time as they read with their children.

  • Myers hired at Va. Dept. of Education

    Adjunct assistant professor of education Dave Myers has been named assistant superintendent of data for the Virginia Department of Education. He is stepping down from his position as superintendent of New Kent County Schools effective April 24, 2019.

  • Laing quoted in AP article

    Program manager of the Institute on Philanthropy Kathy Laing, C’08, GC’16, is quoted in an Associated Press story on the nonprofit Southern Poverty Law Center’s firing of its co-founder. The story has appeared in dozens of additional publications.

  • Hocutt presents at national conference

    SPCS web manager and adjunct professor of liberal arts Daniel Hocutt, R’92 and G’98, recently presented research on holding digital search algorithms accountable at the annual conference of the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) in Pittsburgh.

  • Nielson files SCOTUS amicus brief

    SPCS associate professor & assistant chair of liberal arts Erik Nielson joins artist Killer Mike and other rappers, scholars and industry leaders in filing an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of rapper Jamal Knox, convicted based largely on his lyrics.

  • Hocutt presents at national symposium

    Daniel Hocutt, web manager and adjunct professor of liberal arts in SPCS, presented “UX Studies of Complex Websites: Proposing Methods for Studying Posthuman UX” at the 2019 Symposium for Communicating Complex Information (SCCI) held February 25-26 in Shreveport, La.

  • Wilson recognized for leadership

    SPCS dean Jamelle Wilson is featured in a Facebook post by Karla Redditte, NBC12 news anchor. The post highlights Wilson’s accomplishments as the first African American and first woman to lead Hanover County Public Schools as superintendent.

  • Osher grant award

    The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute received its third and final renewal of a capacity-building grant for $25,000 from the Bernard Osher Foundation. Stewardship assistant Amy Edwards and director Peggy Watson, W’76 (pictured), were co-writers of the proposal.

  • Lee featured in grant announcement

    Adjunct assistant professor of liberal arts Lauranett Lee, who also serves as a visiting lecturer in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, is pictured identifying fingerprints in the bricks at Menokin in an announcement of new grant awards from Virginia Humanities.

  • Bryant mentioned in Richmond Magazine

    Nora Bryant, Adjunct Instructor of Education, is mentioned in an article titled A Family-Friendly Outfit in Richmond Magazine. Bryant co-owns Little Nomad, a children’s clothing shop, with her husband, Anthony. She teaches courses related to special education.

Adjunct Faculty Meeting - Spring 2019