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Previous Richmond Endeavor Communities

The Richmond Endeavor program debuted at the University of Richmond in 2018 with four communities and will grow to 14 communities by 2022 . Communities are proposed and developed by faculty members, and offered for two years. Listed below are previous Endeavor communities, organized by academic year.

2020-21

Community

Fall Course

Spring Course

Faculty

Across the Continents

FYS 100

IDST 190

Abreu

Narratives of Identity and Relationships

FYS 100

IDST 190

Johnson

Pandemic and the Health of Nations

HCS 100

FYS 100

Mayes

Societal Impact through Business (two sections)

BUAD 100

BUAD 202/205

Marshall/Mehkari

2019-20

Community

Fall Course

Spring Course

Faculty

The World & the U.S.: Global Persepectives of America, Past and Present

FYS 100

IDST 190

Datta

Slavery in Contemporary Imagination

FYS 100

IDST 190

Ooten

The Rights of the Criminally Accused 

FYS 100

IDST 190

Bowie

Geographic Dimensions of Global Development

GS 210/GEOG 210

IDST 190

Salisbury

Endeavor to Change: Calculus I

MATH 211

IDST 190

Dumbaugh

Crusades and Holy Wars: Then and Now

FYS 100

IDST 190

Sulzer-Reichel

2018-19

Community

Fall Course

Spring Course

Faculty

Civic Journalism and Social Justice

FYS 100

IDST 190

Mullen

Astrobiology

BIOL 199

IDST 190

Treonis

Genetics in the Environment

BIOL 199

IDST 190

Wu, C.

Across the Continents

FYS 100

IDST 190

Abreu, D.