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.
Travels to Germany and France helped recent law grad prepare for a career in international business law.
A flexible major and a semester abroad studying the nuances of the English language helped Jordan Stewart, ’12, prepare for graduate school in speech language pathology.
Jimmy Nickerson & Angie Pell, C‘12, embrace continuing education from both ends of the generational spectrum.
A first-year living-learning community helped Pooja Patel, ’15, find community and unlock what the city has to offer while exploring common interests.
A summer internship at a South African lion preserve helped Patrick Murphy, ’14, combine a love of animals with a passion for preservation.