After studying abroad in Madrid his junior year, Jay Ternavan,’00, knew that traveling was something he wanted to do for the rest of his life.
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Bonner Scholar's community work informed his academic path and ultimately led to a consulting job with Deloitte.
South Africa and Zambia were just the start for Aida Choudhury, ’15, who found a calling to work in international education development.
Sarah Roden and Sarah Stewart grew up together, came to UR together, and lived and traveled together. Now they’re learning to navigate life and work in Tel Aviv — together.
As an intern for the Richmond chief of police, Austin Gund, ’15, sees the role of leadership in organizational operations, city management, and community relationship building.
A jazz junky since childhood, Owen Hutchinson, ’13, spends his days forming relationships around music as a development manager for the Vail Jazz Foundation.
Tom Lawrence, ’02, understands the importance of supporting the crazy, cockamamie ideas of students. That’s why he’s hired Spiders.
When measuring nanoparticles, the smallest discrepancy can mean a big error. Physics professor Matt Trawick and his student researchers are creating algorithms to correct for these tiny shifts.
Seven UR students spend the summer studying the complex nature of local middle schools as a glimpse into the challenges facing education in America