Faculty & Staff

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Faculty & Staff Accomplishments

Dr. Todd Lookingbill
Lookingbill Publishes Chapter on Riverscapes

Todd Lookingbill, associate professor of geography, environmental studies, and biology, published a chapter on riverscapes in The Routledge Handbook of Landscape Ecology.

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Ryan Coppage
Coppage Published

Drs. Ryan Coppage and Michael Leopold of the University of Richmond Chemistry Department published a paper titled "Sintering-Based In-Situ Synthesis and Characterization by TEM of Noble Metal Nanoparticles for Ceramic Glaze Color Control" in the journal Nanomaterials.

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Dr. Michael Leopold
Leopold Published

Drs. Michael Leopold and Ryan Coppage of the University of Richmond Chemistry Department published a paper titled "Sintering-Based In-Situ Synthesis and Characterization by TEM of Noble Metal Nanoparticles for Ceramic Glaze Color Control" in the journal Nanomaterials.

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Kurt T. Lash
Law Professor Recognized for Citations

Professor Kurt Lash, an expert in constitutional law, was recognized as one of the top 10 cited legal historians in American law schools. 

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Dr. Lauren N. Henley
Henley Published

Lauren Henley, assistant professor of leadership studies, published "What It's Like to Start Your First Faculty Job in a Pandemic" in the Chronicle of Higher Education. 

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Dr. Gerard P. Gilfoyle
Gilfoyle Awarded Department of Energy Grant

Jerry Gilfoyle, the Robert Edward and Lana Frazer Loving Chair of Physics, was awarded a $275K+ Department of Energy grant for nuclear physics research. Read more.

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Dr. Thad Williamson
Williamson Published

Thad Williamson, associate professor of leadership studies, co-authored "City Council should use the ARP to build community health and wealth in Richmond" in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. 

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Dr. Terry L. Price
Price Awarded Institute for Humane Studies Grant

Terry Price, professor and Coston Family Chair in Leadership and Ethics, received an Institute for Humane Studies grant to support a lecture by Jonathan Rauch, "The Constitution of Knowledge," as part of the programming in the Jepson School's Gary L. McDowell Institute.

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