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Features & News
University of Richmond's executive chef offers holiday cooking tips
Few things represent the holidays more than food, but there is no need to stress about getting dishes on the table. University of Richmond’s executive chef M. Glenn Pruden offers five cooking and food safety tips to help you survive the holiday season.
UR Fishing Tournament brings Retiree back year after year
Every year, the annual University of Richmond fishing tournament brings new memories, a new beloved fishing themed promo gift, and, perhaps most importantly, new award recipients.
University of Richmond chefs win silver medal at culinary competition
University of Richmond Heilman Dining Center chefs Andrew Kerscher, Earl Lee and Rachel Snyder earned a silver medal in the group challenge at the Tastes of the World Chef Culinary Competition held at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
2015 Service Awards Recipients
Each year, the University recognizes four individual staff members who have stood out throughout the year. Meet this year's recipients.
Several offices across campus are starting to think green thanks to a new program that invites staff to be part of the University’s sustainability efforts.
National Palladio Award for Traditional Architecture Presented for Design of UR's Carole Weinstein International Center
The nation’s top honor for new construction of traditional architecture has been awarded to the architects of the University of Richmond’s Carole Weinstein International Center.
Employee Service Awards
At the annual Employee Service Awards, the University recognized members of its staff for up to 40 years of service and for going above and beyond in their responsibilities to further the mission of the University.
Recycling Made Easy
A student-led audit of campus recycling and trash receptacles zeroed in on a good excuse to not recycle — confusion. The University hopes to fix that with a new labeling system for all bins on campus.
A.J. Nelson '11
An internship with University Facilities is giving A.J. Nelson, ’11, a firsthand look into the world of sustainable architecture.
From its international-market theme to its globetrotting menu, the Passport Café in the new Carole Weinstein International Center is unlike any other dining destination on campus.