Fresh off the release of her latest book, Kelly Corrigan, W’89, talks about the inspiration for Glitter and Glue, her favorite mistakes, and what she’s reading now.
UR’s Integrated Quantitative Science program introduced Deborah Pohlmann to the breadth of science and set her on a course to graduate school at MIT.
Sean McCloskey, ’03 has capitalized on the social media trend by creating a smartphone app, Lavahound. McCloskey cherishes his Richmond education and says that his experiences at University of Richmond shaped him to be the entrepreneur he is today.
“Dream big. Never Quit.” This personal mantra drove Marc Megna, ’99, to play football for the Spiders and the NFL. He’s now turning the phrase back to his clients as a fitness coach.
Graduate strives to address health care and other human-rights issues through Peace Corps and public policy work.
If you ask Marissa Klein ’99 why she chose to attend the University of Richmond, she will tell you it was fate. While she wasn’t even planning on looking at the University of Richmond, Klein says that she owes much of who she is today to her experience at U of R.
With a double major in Business Administration and Studio Art, alum Colleen Hall ’91 exemplifies the interdisciplinary education that University of Richmond is known for.
Elliot Schreur, ’10 is a firm believer in a liberal arts education. Schreur graduated with degrees in Music and English and now works in public policy. It was because of his liberal arts education from the University of Richmond that Schruer was able to explore the political science field outside of his two majors.
As a postdoctoral fellow, Tiho Kostadinov, ’02, investigated climate change, the environment, and how to balance research and teaching.
After deciding to delay law school entrance, Suzy Lee, ’13, spends a gap year re-enacting colonial life in Williamsburg, Va.