The Out of Eden Walk by Paul Salopek, a multi-year, 21,000-mile reporting project supported and hosted by National Geographic.
The UR Department of Journalism nurtures students’ curiosity, encouraging them to investigate larger political and societal issues while improving their research, writing, and critical thinking skills.
The UR Department of Geography cultivates informed and engaged global citizens through an emphasis on integrative problem solving, spatial analysis, and communication skills.
Bonner Center for Civic Engagement An outpost of UR in downtown Richmond, the Bonner Center engages UR faculty and students to build sustained, reciprocal relationships with local organizations that meet community-identified needs.
The Digital Scholarship Lab An award-winning research facility at the University of Richmond that integrates thoughtful interpretation in the humanities and social sciences with innovations in new media.
The James River Park System is a unique resource administered by the city’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities. It includes many miles of protected shoreline and a number of midstream islands.
Sacred Heart Center serves the Richmond Latino community through a variety of adult education and family support programs, providing opportunities for economic and social integration, family success and community leadership.
Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting An award-winning, non-profit journalism organization that sponsors international journalism projects and a unique program of outreach and education to schools and universities.
Project Zero Founded at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 1967, PZ focuses on exploring aspects of human potential such as intelligence, learning, critical thinking, and creativity.
Out of Eden Learn An initiative of Project Zero that provides educational resources and engagement to school classrooms around the world through the Out of Eden Walk project.