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September 8, 2011
Maria Sebastian, '12
Political science and international studies major focuses her research on her home state in India
Having traveled to France, Peru, Japan, Uganda, Rwanda and now India—Oldham Scholar Maria Sebastian, ’12, is pursuing her international ambitions at the University of Richmond.
September 7, 2011
Jewels Jarrell, '15
Spider Pride a Family Tradition
By going to class each day, living in the residence halls and cheering on the Spiders at athletic events, Jewels Jarrell is carrying on a family legacy at Richmond that began more than fifty years ago.
Andrew Pericak, '13
Summer research in Oregon helped Andrew Pericak focus his interests in environmental studies
Junior Andrew Pericak’s summer research in an Oregon forest may not have yielded the scientific results he was hoping for, but the project did help focus his academic pursuits.
September 6, 2011
Todd Haymore, '91
Political science alumnus serves as Virginia's secretary of agriculture and forestry
Prior to attending the University of Richmond and developing a career in agriculture and government, Todd Haymore, ‘91, grew up on his grandparents’ tobacco farm in southside Virginia.
September 2, 2011
Julia Zeller, '11
Studying abroad led to a senior research thesis on cultural culinary traditions
Recent graduate Julia Zeller, '11, realized her interests in anthropology late in her college career, but she still found the time to study abroad and finish her research — all in her senior year.
Modern Languages and Cultures' Arabic offerings have grown
As American interest in Middle Eastern culture has grown, so have the University of Richmond’s offerings in Arabic studies.
The Obama Effect
English professors analyze literary work of President Obama
English professors Suzanne Jones and Bertram Ashe offer a literary analysis of President Barack Obama's most famous non-fiction work, his memoir, "Dreams From My Father."
August 30, 2011
Doug Palmore, GB '06
Alumnus has built a 15-year career at an organization that is committed to impacting the lives of others in a positive way
Graduate sees The Richmond MBA program as pivotal in being promoted to a leadership role at Luck Companies
Jarrett Zimmerman, MBA Candidate
Medical division sales manager derives passion from providing products that improve patients' lives
Incoming MBA student was attracted to the reputation of The Richmond MBA and believes it will open doors for him long-term