University of Richmond Offers Industry Experts for Media Stories
If you are looking for an industry expert to comment on the media story you are working on, look no further than the University of Richmond. From breaking news to history, common to obscure, its faculty can offer insights into a wide range of fields from marketing to Fed rates and from human trafficking to hip hop.
The Media and Public Relations team is at the ready to connect you with the expert you seek, along with the latest University of Richmond news. The team will help facilitate your interviews, locate experts for you and find you the best art to accompany your story.
Within the Newsroom, you will find the University’s media releases, stories that showcase the vibrancy of the community and the latest news tweets. If you aren’t already, follow UR Media & PR on Twitter at @URNews2Use.
Select media placements also are archived in the newsroom. Each month, a list of the top media placements is posted. Recent placements include:
- University of Richmond was included in the article “Colleges continue strong commitment to global volunteerism through Peace Corps” on Examiner.com. UR has nine alums currently serving.
- Director of Career Services Leslie Stevenson is quoted in this The New York Times article “Finding a Job that Works for You.”
- Richmond Times Dispatch: UR, Radford lauded for Pell rates
Reporters visiting campus also may want to visit one of the numerous dining options. Award-winning chefs and a dining hall that is top-rated provide a variety of food choices. Options include Heilman Dining Center, Passport Café, Tyler’s Grill and Lou’s. If you are downtown, check out our Richmond on Broad Café.
If you need a quiet moment, you can visit our museums or take a walk around the lake.
University of Richmond has earned numerous accolades. The university blends the intimacy of a small college with exceptional academic, research and cultural facilities and opportunities usually found only at large institutions. It provides a collaborative learning and research environment through its schools of arts and sciences, business, leadership studies, law and continuing studies. University of Richmond is one of just a few colleges in the nation to be both need-blind in making admission decisions for domestic undergraduate students and committed to meeting 100 percent of demonstrated need for all accepted students.
The University of Richmond is a PRSA Richmond chapter sponsor.