Feature Stories

April 18, 2011
Neha Patel, C'12Human Resource Management program enables transition from world of finances
After making the transition from the financial world into a career path in human resource management, Neha Patel, C'12, has opened the door to myriad opportunities with the help of Richmond's School of Continuing Studies.
April 15, 2011
Charles Mike III, '11Senior explores social justice issues from both sides of the camera
Charles Mike III, ’11, followed his father from Nigeria to UR, but forged his own path using film as a catalyst for social change.
Julie Rechel, '11Senior triathlete benefits from her own sports injury research
A scuba accident put Julie Rechel, '11, on the other side of her research into the impact of sports injuries on athletes.
Tom O'Hara, '13 Civic engagement gives biochemistry and molecular biology major insight into effects of addiction
For aspiring doctor Tom O’Hara, working in the community with recovering drug addicts is about much more than building his resume. He’s making connections between the roots of real patients’ problems and ways to effectively address them.
April 14, 2011
Brooke Kilduff '11Influenced by business school professors and curriculum, undergrad pursues a career outside of her major and lands her dream job
Career Development Center and business school education prepare student for position as a Federal Analyst with Deloitte Consulting post-graduation
2011 Honors ConvocationSchool of Arts & Sciences presents five David C. Evans awards
The School of Arts and Sciences recently hosted its annual honors convocation at the Cannon Memorial Chapel and presented five awards to deserving seniors.
Tim WilliamsOutgoing leadership council chair is a dedicated learner and leader
Sometimes timing is everything. When Tim Williams first heard about the adult learning opportunities at the University of Richmond in 2005, he was weeks away from retirement and unsure what direction his future would take.
Deborah Sommers, Modlin Center DirectorBringing the arts to UR and our community
Deborah Sommers, the new artistic director of the Modlin Center for the Arts, is eminently qualified for this job, and the University of Richmond is very fortunate to have her talents and experience.
Osher Hiking GroupHappy trails to you! Taking it outside, receiving more than is sought
America’s new mantra has become “take it outside,” but those of us who have been enjoying Osher hikes for the last five years already know about the many benefits of “taking it outside.”
Council CornerGrowing and developing the Osher Institute
Among the many opportunities offered by the Osher Institute is the chance to participate in its growth and development as a volunteer. We take this opportunity to acquaint you with your Osher Institute Leadership Council on which your fellow Osher members serve.