Peru provided the perfect opportunity for Brian Guay, ’14, to break out of his element and get immersed in a new culture.
In the 2013 Last Lecture, political science professor Rick Mayes identifies six ways to make life meaningful and how they’ve shaped his own life.
Love’s labor is found for an associate professor of Italian, French, and Renaissance studies.
Opera singer Matthew Worth got his start on the stage of Camp Concert Hall and recently returned to present a recital of current classical music.
Dr. Rob Phillips creates a sense of community and a challenging environment among his business ethics students.
The lessons Carrie Friedrich has learned a few months into her time at The Richmond MBA has already helped her career at Capital One.
Bruce Whitehurst joined the Virginia Bankers Association over 20 years ago, yet still remains challenged and invigorated each day.
Jordan Silberg, ’13, plans to attend the Temple School of Medicine in the fall to study Ophthalmology.
Lauren Graf, '13, attended the "Is the Big Four for You?" event her sophomore year, and will now join KPMG in the fall.
A career with the United Nations and a passion for travel in her spare time have taken Lili Velinova around the world.