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April 26, 2011
Sam Abed, L'01
Maryland's Secretary of Juvenile Services finds great reward in challenging work
Maryland’s recently appointed Secretary of Juvenile Services, Sam Abed, L’01, says his law degree is a great asset. “It is a tremendous advantage to be a lawyer in a position like this because of the legislative aspect,” he says.
Sam Mitchell, '11
Senior pursuing his love of writing in grad school
Sam Mitchell, ’11, this year’s recipient of the David C. Evans Outstanding Achievement award in both research and the creative arts, plans to attend Hollins University's MFA program in the fall.
A Marriage and the MBA
Rick and Laura Thornton both went through The Richmond MBA program, although six years apart, and helped support one another in balancing work, family and school obligations
April 25, 2011
Elizabeth Ebanks, L'05 and GB'06
Labor and Employment associate's business background gives her a competitive advantage in her legal career
Graduate finds calling in defending small business owners
Pay it Forward
A student's remarkable journey from crime-ridden neigborhood to law school
When William Dudley, L'11, graduates this year he will be first in his family to earn a professional degree. His remarkable journey from a rough, crime-ridden neighborhood in Portsmouth, Va., to jail, and then to law school, drives his mission to pay it forward.
April 22, 2011
Duke Energy CEO addresses the future of clean energy
Jim Rogers, CEO of Duke Energy, spoke about the importance of creative cooperation on the path to a carbon-neutral energy future.
Why I Chose The Richmond MBA
Three perspectives on pursuing a graduate degree in business and how the MBA program will help in the future
Strong curriculum, professor-student interaction and networking chief among the reasons students chose The Richmond MBA
MBA Alumni Society
The Richmond MBA Alumni Society Update
Preview of upcoming events including the annual golf tournament to support Junior Achievement of Central Virginia
April 21, 2011
Colleagues' support helps UR staff member achieve US citizenship
Dragica Jovanovic didn’t speak a word of English when she left her home in Bosnia and Herzegovina. With the help of faculty and staff in the journalism department and the Speech Center, she is now a U.S. citizen.
Natalie Salim, '11
Senior combines biology and photography to bring the perfect major into focus
When she transferred to UR, Natalie Salim, ’11, wasn’t sure what she wanted to study. With the help of the interdisciplinary studies program, she combined her interests in marine biology and photography to create the perfect major.