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July 19, 2011
Two former business school students join forces to found a social networking site that connects early- stage companies with interested investors
Fred Bryant ’10 and Mat Dellorso ’09 share common passion for entrepreneurship and investing in small businesses
July 18, 2011
Training the Trainer
Dominion young professional enrolls in Executive Education's Train-the-Trainer and learns new techniques and training approaches from peers
Stephanie McDonald learned just as much from her fellow training classmates as she did from the instructor and has taken a new perspective back to work
July 8, 2011
The law school supports unpaid public interest law jobs with its generous program
The law school's summer stipend program is helping more than 100 law students to gain valuable work exprience in public interest legal internships this summer.
July 7, 2011
Summer Institute 2011
Conference an opportunity for leading economists, students to interact and share new research
Leading economists and students from some 19 countries gathered at the Jepson School June 24-27 for the 12th annual Summer Institute for the Preservation of the History of Economic Thought.
July 5, 2011
Jepson-Athens Leadership Academy
Summer program introduces high school students from Greece to leadership studies concepts and the river city
A summer program brought students from the American Community School in Athens to Richmond to learn about leadership, get a taste of college life and participate in study trips.
June 30, 2011
Josh Grice, '14
Filipino-American filmmaker finds his place at Richmond
A pre-orientation program for multicultural students helped Josh Grice, ’14, make an impact during his first year in college.
June 28, 2011
Rudy Pett, '11
RHCS alumnus pursuing graduate studies in interpersonal communication
When Rudy Pett, ’11, first visited the University of Richmond, he chose to observe a class on interpersonal communication, despite knowing nothing about the topic. Today, he’s pursuing a master’s degree in the field.
Service dog trainee becomes a part of the chemistry department
Chemistry professor Carol Parish is not only teaching students this year — she is also teaching a service dog trainee that has become an honorary member of the chemistry department.
MBA Class of 2014
Richard Coughlan describes the qualifications of this year's incoming MBA class
Eighty-eight percent of applicants who were admitted have enrolled in The Richmond MBA program
June 27, 2011