Kimberly Leonard, ’09, a healthcare reporter for U.S. News & World Report, recalls her days working for The Collegian and her journey into journalism.
"I decided to get involved with the Immigration Assistance Program because it really seemed to touch on why I chose to apply to law school," Emma Hilbert, L' 15, said. "I wanted to help those who ordinarily wouldn't be able to afford representation gain access to the justice system."
Only in his third year, Jepson professor Julian Hayter has already earned a strong reputation as a sought-after, high-energy educator with an open-door policy who challenges students to use their skills to serve the community. He was selected to give this year's Last Lecture.
Tom Lawrence, ’02, understands the importance of supporting the crazy, cockamamie ideas of students. That’s why he’s hired Spiders.
Col. Charlie Reynolds, R'77, talks about his mission in Liberia to provide religious support for those responding to the Ebola epidemic.
After years in the sports media industry, Sean Bielawski, GB’15, makes a large career shift and lands a position with BB&T Capital Markets.
On November 11, seven finalists were chosen to pitch their ventures at the final round of the 2014 Business Pitch Competition for a grand total of $5,000 in prize money and the opportunity to present their idea to local angel investors.
A year after moving to McKinsey & Co., Fabienne Brookman-Amissah, '10, market intelligence analyst, shares her experiences and looks to the bright future.
Cecil R. "Rhu" Harris Jr., B'80, county administrator for Hanover County, Virginia, has spent the last 30 years helping to grow the county from a rural community to a major player in the Richmond region.
Rae Kennedy, GB'15, writes a blog post about her time abroad as her semester at NEOMA Business School in Rouen, France draws to a close.