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May 5, 2011
MaryGrace Apostoli, '11
Senior created her own major to study international health care policy and practice
When MaryGrace Apostoli, ’11, realized her interests were too broad to fit into a single academic department, she didn’t let it stop her from following her passion for studying health care around the world.
Ron Pritchett, '13
FAME founder fosters character development, goal setting in middle school boys
Ron Pritchett, ’13, inspired by the impact mentors made on his life, founded FAME to promote male mentoring of at-risk youth in the community and positive interactions between men on campus.
William Warwick, L'12, will spend his summer working with AFL-CIO
William Warwick, L’12, will put his knowledge of labor law to the test as he spends his summer working with West Virginia coal miners during an internship with the AFL-CIO.
May 4, 2011
Billy Wood, C'11
Fighting fires by day, earning a degree by night
Suited up in an ashy flame-resistant jacket and pants, Billy Wood, C‘11, puts on his helmet and prepares to enter yet another burning building. For him, this is just another day at the office.
Amy Nicholas, '11
Studio art and classics major explains her latest art project
Amy Nicholas, '11, a double major in studio art and classical civilization, completed a project called "The Chaos of Survival," which explores the connections between cancer cells and trees through 3-D photograph collages.
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