Feature Stories

March 26, 2013
Jordan Silberg, '13Business student looks forward to a career in medicine
Jordan Silberg, ’13, plans to attend the Temple School of Medicine in the fall to study Ophthalmology.
Lauren Graf, '13Accounting student will join one of the Big Four firms after graduation

Lauren Graf, '13, attended the "Is the Big Four for You?" event her sophomore year, and will now join KPMG in the fall.

Lilia Velinova, '07Alumna interacts with other cultures every day in her career

A career with the United Nations and a passion for travel in her spare time have taken Lili Velinova around the world.

Lou's CaféThe business school's café provides more than just delicious food

Queally Hall’s eatery creates a sense of community over shared meals among Robins School of Business students, faculty and staff.

March 25, 2013
The Examined LifeSophomores engage in yearlong self-discovery and community-based learning
A new Sophomore Scholars in Residence community challenges students to explore their own identities and how they can effect change in the world.
Over $30,000 Raised for Summer StipendsThe Student Bar Association and Phi Alpha Delta host another successful "Raising the Stakes" Auction and Casino Night
The Student Bar Association and Phi Alpha Delta host another successful "Raising the Stakes" Auction and Casino Night
March 22, 2013
Ayanna Adams, '14Junior lands an internship that combines her interests in education and accounting
An advocate for education, Ayanna Adams, ’14, has volunteered with UR mentorship programs, leading to an internship with Higher Achievement.
March 19, 2013
Working GloballyStudents in The Richmond MBA experience working on an international team
A new course exposes students on the Richmond campus to the complexities of international business when they complete projects with students located in France
March 18, 2013
Science Without BordersRichmond hosts Brazilian undergraduates in new partnership
The University welcomes international students with the help of a Brazilian government program.
Lydia Morton, '13Mathematical Economics major begins career in technical services at Epic Systems

Eager to take advantage of the endless liberal arts opportunities at the University of Richmond, Morton took her time exploring different fields of study, until she found her calling: Mathematical Economics.