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April 10, 2012
Asian Heritage Month
UR celebrates Asian culture with month-long series of events
Dance, music and food are just some of the Asian Student Union and the South Asian Student Alliance’s plans to celebrate Asian Heritage Month.
Dwayne Foster, '12
Senior focuses on giving back, prepares for career in consulting
Mentoring experiences and an interdisciplinary major helped prepare Dwayne Foster, ’12, for a consulting internship that opened up his career path.
April 9, 2012
Rose Ann Gutierrez, '12
"Utang ng loob," or indebtedness, is inspiration for community outreach
Student’s work in the community upholds Filipino values emphasizing education and the importance of giving back.
Students tell story of faith exploration in France through photos
During the Office of the Chaplaincy’s pilgrimage to France, students explored their faith in a contemplative Christian community.
Justin Chew, '13
Junior conducts summer research on film heroes at UC Berkeley
Justin Chew, ’13, researches Hollywood heroes of the ’90s to further understanding of ideas embedded in mass American culture.
Emily McFadden, '13
Junior researching DNA repair is named Beckman Scholar
Personal mentoring and an interdisciplinary major helped Emily McFadden, ’13, conduct research that earned grant funding from the Beckman Foundation.
April 6, 2012
Spring Break in Richmond
An alternative spring break program immerses students in the issues confronting public education in the City of Richmond.
Eight students explored the challenges facing public education in the city through the Center for Civic Education’s first Richmond-based alternative spring break.
April 3, 2012
Forum at the Forum
Fresh air and arguments led to a healthy debate at the University Forum.
Spirited exchanges and genuine dialogue marked the sixth annual event, which attracts students, faculty and staff together for dialogue about a campus issue.
April 2, 2012
The Ethics of Assassination
Symposium features expert panel and former Navy SEAL Eric Greitens
A symposium sponsored by the Jepson School and co-sponsored by PPEL examines the legality and morality of targeted killing and features former Navy SEAL and best-selling author Eric Greitens.
Elder care group offers support for caregivers
Faculty and staff meet regularly to share experiences and information about caring for elderly loved ones
The Elder Care affinity group is one of three groups established by the University Staff Advisory Council to give employees an opportunity to meet with others on campus who have similar interests.