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.
An internship with a public defender’s office gives Liz Dedman, ’13, an opportunity to assist with trial preparation and paves the road for a legal career.
As a Bonner Scholar, Nikolina Talijan volunteered for organizations throughout Richmond and as far as Guatemala, India, and her home country, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Armed with lacrosse sticks and broomsticks, sport club athletes introduce youth to the magic of lacrosse and Quidditch.
Young scholars have an opportunity to share research and interact with distinguished scholars, including a Nobel laureate, at the annual Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought.
University junior gains experience in accounting and serves the Richmond community at St. Joseph’s Villa.
The University's first Corporate Four-Miler Team was a success.
The University of Richmond is often a family tradition, but few people can claim a five-generation history. Grace Preston, ’12, talks about her family story.
As an admission counselor at the University of Richmond, Adrian Bitton, ’09, is the resident Jepson expert as an alumna. She is starting a new chapter in her career in higher education this fall.