Pursuing her passion for wildlife and conservation, Laly Lichtenfeld, ’96 co-founded the African People & Wildlife Fund and works on the Maasai Steppe in Tanzania. Today, together with her husband Charles Trout, she resolves conflict between people and wildlife.
A boyhood dream materializes through determination, hard work, and the help of skills and mentoring received at the University
Translating leadership and communications skills in military service
John Miers, C‘13, never lost sight of his dream to earn a bachelor’s degree despite a twenty-five-year postponement.
Group connects faculty and staff through social, recreational, and educational events.
Jepson School seniors and retiring faculty members Gill Robinson Hickman and Tom Wren are honored for their service and achievements.
When Jack Wisnefske, '12, heard that Deloitte Consulting was recruiting on campus for a federal analyst position in strategy and operations, he saw a great opportunity to connect his past experience with government organizations to a future career in federal consulting.
As a student athlete, Abrahamoff knew he would be increasingly busy balancing his schoolwork with his soccer schedule so he understood the importance of starting the career planning process early.
In preparation for Super Tuesday primary coverage, the Department of State’s Foreign Press Center visits UR for a briefing on voting trends and polling data.
His own experience being a part of an after-school program inspired Francisco Lee, '15, to teach music at the Boys and Girls Club in Richmond.