Two teams of Richmond Law students played in the 31st Annual Virginia Law Softball Tournament which raised more than $25,000 for charity, including $20,000 for the nonprofit Children, Youth & Family Services, Inc. in Charlottesville, Va.
In March, seventeen law students donated their time to work with children and seniors during Spring Break. In 2013, the School of Law's Harry L. Carrico Center for Pro Bono Service began offering an Alternative Spring Break program to allow law students to provide legal assistance to and engage with the local community.
Tree Sleeve’s mission is to put an end to deforestation by planting trees in areas of the world most affected by deforestation.
Linda Fisher Thornton, adjunct professor of HR management, finds fulfillment in collaborating with colleagues and providing tools for students to succeed in management and leadership roles.
How we influence culture and how culture leads and transforms us is the focus of a yearlong series of events hosted by the Jepson School.
The Jepson School’s visiting international scholar is conducting research on how the African philosophy of Ubuntu could play an important role in corporate governance.
The School of Arts and Sciences honors student academic achievement at its annual Honors Convocation.
African-American alumni, including the first African-American male to attend the University of Richmond, gathered on Feb. 25 in the Robins Arena to discuss their experiences as Richmond students.
The first Deconstructing Marketing and Communications event welcomed alumni in the fields of advertising, brand management, business development and sales, fashion marketing and merchandising, market research, and public relations.
Amber Nichols ’14, and Virginia Chandler ’13, had a dream internship with the Washington Redskins that put their academics and passion for sports to good, practical use.