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November 30, 2011
A Sweet Start
Men's basketball opens with a win over American, and a look back at past accomplishments
In honor of their runs to the Sweet 16, the 2011 and 1988 men’s basketball teams received tournament rings while celebrating a win at the season opener.
November 28, 2011
Jepson Leadership Forum: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Sheryl WuDunn discusses gender inequity
Sheryl WuDunn, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and co-author of the 2011-12 One Book, One Campus selection “Half the Sky,” spoke on campus as part of the Jepson Leadership Forum.
A Silver Stadium
UR's Robins Stadium receives LEED Silver certification
Robins Stadium received LEED Silver designation for green design and construction, and even more certifications are on the way.
World AIDS Day
Use of art sheds new light on AIDS issues
World AIDS Day commemoration on Dec. 1 appeals to the emotional and spiritual aspects of the issue, while offering opportunities for engagement and education.
November 22, 2011
Jeremy Noble '98
Senior-level executive at Markel Corporation first learned about his current employer while working for a global accounting firm
Accounting graduate was promoted to managing director of Internal Audit and thrives on evaluating his organization’s strategic plan while working alongside other members of executive management
Laura Thompson, Student Services Coordinator
Newly-appointed staff member appreciates the encouraging and welcoming atmosphere of the Robins School of Business and looks forward to seeing how her position might evolve
Professional brings 10+ years of Higher Education administration experience to the University and wants to be visible as a resource for all business students
Stefanie Humphrey '07
Accounting graduate thrives on interacting with clients as Federal Tax Senior Associate at KPMG, LLP
Former Robins School student was attracted to the beauty of the University of Richmond’s campus, but found a home and purpose as an accounting major in the Robins School of Business
Mini MBA program helps Media Director at Dominion Power take on a role as a story-teller of his organization's commitment and values
The 14-week test-drive of The Richmond MBA program allows media executive to build a basic business foundation around a busy schedule
November 17, 2011
Distinguished Writer in Residence uses life experience and literature to teach writng
Award-winning author Honor Moore is on campus as the Department of English's distinguished writer in residence for the fall 2011 semester.
November 15, 2011