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September 26, 2011
Addie Rauschert, '13
Victims of human trafficking are focus of junior's college career
Deeply committed to ending human trafficking, Addie Rauschert, ’13, is getting at the issue from every angle, discipline, and four different continents.
September 24, 2011
Remo Kommnick, '12
Economics major's future lies in international business ventures
Remo Kommnick, '12, unites economics major and study abroad in China to prepare for a career in international business.
September 22, 2011
Adelaide Burton, '12
Volunteering for class leads to internship in senior's chosen career field
Adelaide Burton, '12, volunteered with World Pediatric Project to complete service hours for her Justice and Civil Society class. When she needed an internship for the summer, she emailed the director of volunteers.
September 21, 2011
Elisabeth Ellsworth, '10
Robins School of Business alumna creates her own career at an IT and business consulting firm
Graduate took on an internship on top of a full class load, securing herself a full-time job with Ironworks Consulting after graduation
New Young Elite
Robins School student saw a void in publications that addressed college-aged males in an intelligent manner and launched his own interactive site designed and operated for the early 20s male demographic
Bryan Jenkins’ website utilizes content from college students across the U.S., and it had 18,000 visitors from 91 countries in its first month of existence
Jeffrey Pollack, PhD
Assistant Professor of Management views himself as an academic entrepreneur and is constantly improving his product -- teaching
Pollack was named the Robins School of Business’ Outstanding Teacher of the Year for 2011 for his contributions in entrepreneurship and innovation
$14, 14 Days
Two students in Dr. Jeffrey Pollack's Innovation and Entrepreneurship class go above and beyond project requirements and raise $6,000 for the Red Cross
Kate Heyer ’12 and Kathryn Esty ’12 secured a stay and airfare for two at a villa on Scrub Island Resort and sold raffle tickets for charity to match the trip’s value
September 20, 2011
Green Office Program cultivates a culture of sustainability among UR staff
Several offices across campus are starting to think green thanks to a new program that invites staff to be part of the University’s sustainability efforts.
Sam Kaufman, '99
New Alumni Association President Looks to Empower the Spider Network
Ask Sam Kaufman, '99, University of Richmond Alumni Association (URAA) president, what makes UR special, and he can sum it up in one word: uniqueness.
September 16, 2011