After winning the Robins School's Business Pitch Competition, these graduates went on to become founders of their own business.
On July 17 the Atlantic 10 Conference named Amalia Kobelja, ’14, the female Scholar-Athlete of the Year in recognition of her achievements in the pool and classroom. She’s also a standout in the community.
Three teams allow students to develop their strengths and interests while taking greater ownership of projects at the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement.
Law student plans to make waves at a World Bank-sponsored symposium in her first trip abroad.
Two students are getting an inside look at the Virginia Senate race and learning about leadership from two former governors thanks to their respective internships.
American studies major Katherine Schmidt, ’12, uses the creative arts to explore themes of identity and empower children and youth in underserved communities.
An internship in Tanzania gives Lindsay Hudson, ’14, a chance to experience and practice leadership and healthcare in a different culture.
A summer internship is giving Jordan Grubbs, ’13, an opportunity to work with a nonprofit organization that works to address issues of sustainability.
Carly Fullam, ’13, and Scott Rockensies, ’13, are spending the summer interning with a leading management and consulting services firm that works with governments around the world.
Students study and experience firsthand American public education and its relevance to a healthy democratic society.