By Kate Foss Collegian Reporter The University of Richmond is one of many colleges and universities being reviewed by its students on the Web site Unigo.com. Unigo, which launched in September, is targeted toward high school students in the process of selecting colleges.
Since 2002, Carol Parish, an associate professor of chemistry at the University of Richmond, has been working with a molecule that could change the way cancer is treated.
The renovation of the third floor of the Tyler Haynes Student Commons was delayed this summer because of permit problems, which pushed back the Career Development Center's planned move before the beginning of fall semester. University of Richmond architect Andrew McBride said changes in electrical regulations and a backup in the city's electrical permit office had caused the city to be slow in issuing the permit to the university.
A University of Richmond professor currently holds three swimming world records and two national records for his 40 to 44 age group. Although Christopher Stevenson, associate professor of chemistry and the coordinator of the environmental studies program, also competed in the 1984 Olympic Games, according to his students, he keeps his teaching and his passion for swimming separate. Stevenson began swimming in his hometown of San Jose, Calif.