Feature Stories

May 24, 2013
Kim Klinker: Spatial Analysis LabA technology lab whose main focus isn't technology?
In the Spatial Analysis Lab, students build maps and learn underlying principles of spatial analysis through hands-on, project-based experience.
How I Spent My Summer VacationStudents gain experience through conducting research
Student share their experiences doing research during the summer of 2012 with support from Arts and Sciences Research Fellowships.
Wes CainProfessor uses math to understand the heart's electrical activity
Wes Cain uses mathematical formulas to simulate the behavior of cardiac tissue
May 23, 2013
Natalia Brzezinski, '06 Alum advocates for gender equality while working in Sweden
Natalia Brzezinski, ’06, navigates work-life balance as the spouse of a U.S. ambassador and establishes her identity as an advocate for women in a global society.
May 21, 2013
The Archaeology of SoundMusic professor and Latin jazz bandleader discuss influence of Latin rhythms on American music
During UR's Salsa Mania, music professor Mike Davison and S.Y.O.T.O.S. bandleader Chris Washburne discuss how Latin influences have shaped modern American jazz and pop music.
May 9, 2013
InuksuitInspired by the great outdoors, the musical composition Inuksuit was performed in the Jenkins Greek Theatre for Earth Day
Composer John Luther Adams was inspired by his Alaskan surroundings to write an outdoor piece intertwining music and nature.
May 1, 2013
School of Arts and Sciences Honors ConvocationDavid C. Evans Awards winners announced
On April 9, the School of Arts and Sciences announced the winners of the David C. Evans Awards at Honors Convocation.
April 30, 2013
Reggie Skinner, '97Alum details special assignment with the White House Office of Presidential Personnel
When a colleague walked into his office and asked if he wanted to work at the White House, Reggie Skinner, ’97, leapt at the chance.
April 23, 2013
Heroic LeadershipProfessors profile heroes ranging from Lincoln to Lady Gaga to find our most transforming leaders

University of Richmond professors Al Goethals and Scott Allison make the case that our most cherished heroes are also our most transforming leaders.

April 4, 2013
Brian Guay, '14Junior challenges his worldview through study abroad
Peru provided the perfect opportunity for Brian Guay, ’14, to break out of his element and get immersed in a new culture.