While most people watched this winter’s revolution in Egypt unfold on the news, political science professor Sheila Carapico watched the drama play out from her suburban Cairo neighborhood.
The School of Arts and Sciences has expanded its film studies program, adding filmmaker David Burkman as director of film production.
Bedelia Richards, a sociology professor who specializes in immigration and race and ethnic relations, studied immigration from different perspectives at a National Endowment of the Humanities seminar last summer.
As UR’s ensemble-in-residence prepares to return to campus, flutist Tim Munro talks about the group’s influences and how it felt to win a Grammy.
In a workspace that could double as the set of “Project Runway,” junior Tania Bukach spent her summer playing designer for the wife of Chief Justice John Marshall.
When Parker Hawkins, ’12, first picked up the bass in sixth grade, he had no idea his passion for the instrument would shape his college education and take him to Australia, Costa Rica, and now Spain.
Guitar and baritone saxophone artist Owen Hutchinson, '13, had a unique experience working in the commercial arts industry when he interned at the Vilar Performing Arts Center last summer.
From back-room bars in Greece to renowned restaurants in Puerto Rico, Tyler Tillage, ’13, explores the culture of jazz around the world.
A summer camp for pipe organists introduced Joe Gribb, ’13, to UR. Today, he continues to pursue his passion for classical music.
Caroline Cobert, ’12, has spent the last four years investigating the story of UR’s mummy, and her research will soon be on display for the UR community.