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May 4, 2011
Psychology of Leadership
Students devote senior year to researching what makes leaders tick
Laura Poatsy, ’11, and Carly Cameron, ’11, employ the lens of social psychology to explore questions about unethical behavior and how personality affects leadership, respectively.
May 3, 2011
Thomas King, '12
Junior pursues his passion for music while studying business
Thomas King came to the University of Richmond to pursue his love of music — without letting it consume his life.
Mike Snavely, C'11
Former litigation manager proves it's never too late to become a teacher
After nearly four decades of high-profile litigation and operations practice, Mike Snavely, C'11, has the opportunity to follow his passion by becoming a history teacher through the School of Continuing Studies Teacher Licensure Program.
Jerry Clemmer, C'11
Life at Richmond through the eyes of an employee and student
After three years working as General Manager in Heilman Dining Center, Jerry Clemmer, C'11, made the decision to become a closer part of the Richmond family by enrolling in the Weekend College Bachelor of Liberal Arts program at the School of Continuing Studies.
May 2, 2011
Roads to Rome
Study abroad leads to post-graduation internships in Rome for UR seniors
For graduating seniors Philip Garrity and Fred Shaia, four-year roommates at Richmond, life in the real world will start with U.S. state department internships in Rome.
April 29, 2011
Justin Harper, '11
Senior basketball forward gears up for NBA draft
Justin Harper, a senior forward for the men’s basketball team, reflects on the Spiders’ celebrated season and looks ahead to his competition in the upcoming NBA draft.
Lucy Wise, '13
Roadmap programs helped student start down civic engagement and career paths
With a summer internship in New York and a steady commitment to the Richmond community, finance major Lucy Wise, ’13, is making the most of her time and the resources at UR.
Therapy dogs help law students relieve stress during exams
Caring Canines therapy dogs provide stress relief for law students during exams.
William McKay, C'11
The Teacher Licensure Program produces its own 'kindergarten cop'
After spending eight years with the Richmond Police Department, William McKay, C'11, is now pursuing a career as an elementary school teacher through the University of Richmond School of Continuing Studies Teacher Licensure Program (TLP).
Tiffany Mansfield, L'09
Clinical placement leads to job as international humanitarian law manager with Richmond chapter of the Red Cross
In her work with the Greater Richmond Chapter of the American Red Cross, Tiffany Mansfield discovers she does not have to cross international borders to work in international humanitarian law.