Catherine James, GB '02, draws on her engineering background to devise innovative solutions at the office while working to aid in the development of those around her.
English professor David Stevens uses city destinations, including UR’s Center for Culinary Arts, to teach the craft of creative writing.
Dr. Shital Thekdi and her students worked with community partner organizations on projects that culminated in presentations sharing recommendations based on real-life datasets derived from project management and systems analysis disciplines.
Nelson Lee, a junior exchange student from Singapore Management University, sought to broaden his worldview through study abroad, and that led to an internship in Atlanta, Ga.
As The Robins School bids farewell to another group of graduates a few members of the Class of 2014 reflect on the experiences they gained from the past four years.
Vivian Hou, '12, marks the first-ever University of Richmond student to graduate from the Dual Diploma Program, earning both NEOMA's bachelor diploma and the Robins School of Business’ bachelor's degree.
Generational poverty is a notoriously complex issue for Richmond. Having the city’s low-income residents at the policy table will be key to unraveling it.
Sheryl Smith’s “History of Music” series was so popular that Osher will offer a reprise in fall, 2014. It’s easy to understand why, since Sheryl’s enthusiasm for music, from Gregorian chant to John Cage, is infectious.
Tucked behind the Boatwright Library is the Virginia Baptist Historical Society. The Society is probably better known outside of the University of Richmond community, even though it has been on campus since 1876.
The Civic Engagement Interest Group was started last fall to provide Osher members opportunities to enhance their service activities.