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January 30, 2015
Semester in The Hague
Richmond student interns with war crimes tribunal
War crimes are really the ultimate crimes. These cases are aimed at heads of state, and the leaders who are supposed to have the utmost responsibility for protecting their citizens.
January 29, 2015
Herculaneum Graffiti Project
Latin majors participate in summer field school to learn Roman epigraphy
Gia Nyhuis, ’17, and Kathryn Clikeman, ’17, spent this past summer at the Roman archaeological site of Herculaneum with classics professor Erika Zimmermann Damer.
January 28, 2015
Michael Copty, GB'08
MBA alumnus joins team at top technology bank
Michael Copty, GB'08, vice president at Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), a top commercial bank in the technology space with 31 offices across the country and worldwide, talks life since The Richmond MBA.
A Day in the Life of Britt Blackwelder, GB'16
MBA student offers glimpse inside her typical day balancing work and school
Britt Blackwelder, GB'16, provides a glimpse into her typical day balancing work and The Richmond MBA.
January 26, 2015
Alyson McGonigle, '15
Robins School student has passion for serving the community
Alyson McGonigle, '15, senior redshirt track and field team member, does her best to enrich her community through volunteering while balancing her studies and training schedule.
Exchange student talks semester at the Robins School and life back home in Singapore
Roger Wong, a senior exchange student from Singapore Management University and aviator, shares his experience studying abroad at the Robins School of Business.
Charlotte Denoyer, '15
Senior bakes her overarching social mission into the core of her career goals
Charlotte Denoyer, '15, shapes her career path through food, entrepreneurship and social-mindedness.
January 23, 2015
Aida Choudhury, '15
Fellowship abroad continues senior's passion for international development
South Africa and Zambia were just the start for Aida Choudhury, ’15, who found a calling to work in international education development.
Political science professor is champion for change, fighting for women's rights in Kosovo
Sandra Joireman, Weinstein Chair of International Studies and professor of political science, is working on a team focused on reforming property rights issues in Kosovo.
January 16, 2015