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August 4, 2015
Jordan Chavez, '16
Student-athlete uses leadership studies education to excel in nonprofit internship
Jordan Chavez, ’16, brings passion for athletics to internship at Nancy Lieberman Charities.
July 30, 2015
UR Fishing Tournament brings Retiree back year after year
Retiree Clinton Ford has only missed three out of 29 fishing tournaments
Every year, the annual University of Richmond fishing tournament brings new memories, a new beloved fishing themed promo gift, and, perhaps most importantly, new award recipients.
July 29, 2015
University of Richmond Selected as 'Great College to Work For'
The Chronicle of Higher Education adds UR to their esteemed list
UR selected as 'Great College to Work For' for the first time.
The Call to Criminal Law
A closer look at four students' summer internships
Richmond Law students J.P. Brown, Albert Flores, Kelly Gibson, and Dan O’Brien have one thing in common: They came to law school firm in the knowledge that they wanted to practice criminal law.
July 27, 2015
UR MBA Capstone Project Gives VACEOs Members Fresh Perspective
VACEOs teams up with The Richmond MBA Capstone program
The Virginia Council of CEOs delved into the experiences of two member organizations, Livewire and James River Grounds Management, after teaming up with The Richmond MBA Capstone program.
July 24, 2015
Emily Whitted, '16
A lifelong knitter, Emily Whitted packed away her needles when she came to Richmond - until a professor encouraged her to reconsider
“People follow their passions all the time, but I think mine gets stereotyped for being something that grandmothers do," says Emily Whitted, ′16. "I just needed a push, someone to say, ‘That’s not silly.’”
Spatial Analysis Lab
UR students begin mapping their futures through summer fellowships
Student interns gain value work experience; provide community service through work in Spatial Analysis Lab
July 21, 2015
From Classroom to Congress
How one Richmond Law professor approaches a congressional testimony
Richmond Law professor Noah Sachs has just delivered his congressional testimony on the subject of regulatory reform. He’s exceeded his five-minute time limit by 30 seconds, but he’s not too worried about it.
July 17, 2015
'A Catalyst Effect'
Richmond Law student assists in untested rape kit research
Two years ago, Sarah Rose, L’15, took on a research project investigating potential backlogs of untested rape evidence kits in Virginia.
July 10, 2015