An office deal gone sour has resulted in a group of developers taking the local university to court over seven figures’ worth of alleged back rent.
The five-year, six-figure deal includes naming rights for a room in the athletic department’s Basketball Development Center, in addition to advertising and event sponsorship opportunities.
The new class is giving public relations professionals-in-training some real-world experience while providing area nonprofits with free PR services.
St. Joseph’s Villa and the McShin Foundation are combining their expertise to help local students affected by what’s been labeled a national epidemic.
Tinkering students from the university’s engineering school soon will be getting their hands dirty in an old downtown auto shop.
A massive steel girder was ceremoniously lifted into the downtown sky Monday morning, but not before the Sharpies had a chance to dry.
A local school is digging in on an eight-figure plan to reunite its student body after 10 years of operating at sites split three miles apart.
A donation from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the launch of an online degree program have started the university’s school year with a bang.
The “first day of school” is approaching for most schools in the area, but for a nascent local private institution, that term has literal significance.
The Richmond craft beer boom is once again pouring into higher education, as the university prepares a non-credit certification course that covers the business side and brewing of craft beers.