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October 17, 2016
Liz Nigro, '17
Senior to pursue career in teaching and education policy after exploring education inequities as an undergraduate
Liz Nigro, '17, has explored education inequity through coursework, weekly community service, a study-abroad program, and a summer fellowship.
September 20, 2016
Marcin Jerzewski, '18
Political science major makes global connections through research
Marcin Jerzewski studied China’s economic impact in Chile and Argentina.
June 3, 2016
Rose Nan-Ping Chen
Reflections From a Former International Student
When I first came to the U.S. in 1971, it was a vastly different world. Taiwan had yet to enter the export-driven economy and the island was pretty isolated with no flights coming or going.
May 13, 2016
Luka Klimaviciute, '16
Senior will work to help refugee integration in her home country, Lithuania
Senior international studies major Luka Klimaviciute, ’16, received a $10,000 Davis Projects for Peace Grant.
April 18, 2016
2016 David C. Evans Awards
School of Arts and Sciences Recognizes Outstanding Achievement
The School of Arts and Sciences presented the David Evans Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Scholarship and the Creative Arts at this year's Honors Convocation.
March 9, 2016
Brenden Carol, '17
Bonner Scholar espouses political engagement as key to a healthy democratic society
Bonner Scholar Brenden Carol, ’17, espouses political activism as key to achieving the common good in a democratic society.
February 19, 2016
Emily Onufer, '17
Bonner Scholar uses her Bonner summer of service and a Civic Fellowship to explore climate change in the South Pacific
Bonner Scholar uses her Bonner summer of service and a Civic Fellowship to explore climate change in the South Pacific.
December 23, 2015
Finding Home Again
After a year abroad, Molly Rossi, '16, readjusts to life in Richmond through friendships with fellow exchange students.
In 12 years of education, I’ve written pages upon pages about countries I’ve never been to, molecules I cannot see, and historical figures from a past I’ve never known. Why is it so hard to write about myself?
November 23, 2015
Uliana Gabara remembers Paul Porterfield
Reflections on the history of the International Film Series
We remember people we have known well in specific moments and in specific settings. We store them in our minds as a sum total of such moments.
November 5, 2015
Passport to American History
Domestic and international students explore Monticello with Dr. and Mrs. Ayers
University of Richmond President Emeritus Edward L. Ayers discussed Thomas Jefferson's legacy with domestic and international students during a recent visit to Monticello, the first field trip offered through Passport to American History, a joint initiative of the CCE and the OIE.