In Part I, Adam Hahn, GB’13, had just completed his Capstone Project presentation with HDL, Inc.
Five finalists were chosen to pitch their ventures this past Monday night, November 18, at the final round of the fall 2013 Business Pitch Competition for the chance to win $3,500 and the opportunity to present their idea to local angel investors.
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.
Roxanne Henningson ’14, a business administration major, was able to combine her marketing concentration with her strong interest in fashion through an internship with Etro, an Italian luxury fashion company over the summer.
His first day on the job as a sports management intern, Mike DeChello, ’15, was given three clients and told to get them hired. The experience was a lesson in the value of a personal network.
Lacy Strickler went from pursuing a nursing career in a neonatal intensive care unit to working for an organization developing the first wireless electric vehicle charging system.
Brian Beckmann, GB '14, writes a blog post about his time abroad from a rooftop coffee bar in Wudaoku, Beijing.
A Glimpse Inside with Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc. leads to a Capstone Project, faculty research and more.
D.R. Ball was one of a few business majors who interned at "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," but his education gave him an advantage in this creative field.