UR’s Faculty Seminar Abroad brings together UR biology professor and Jamaican doctoral student for a glimpse into cross-cultural research.
As a political science professor, Stephen Long looks to technology to enhance the classroom discussion. But the most important tool at his disposal is personality.
Alex Turner came to the University of Richmond intent on exploring all that its theatre program had to offer.
Stephanie Cobb’s research poses difficult questions about the intersection of history and faith — a subject she hopes to see more often in public discourse.
LaShonda Hanna delved into the complicated issues associated with addiction through a summer internship at Rubicon, a Richmond substance abuse treament center.
Josh Hockensmith collaborated with art professor Stephen Addiss to produce a limited edition book featuring Addiss' haiku poems.
Kelly Kurz spent the summer in Tanzania and Uganda teaching English and learning about social justice issues affecting the African people.
Students in Tom Mullen's community-based learning course on social justice journalism honed their interview skills with clients of Family Lifeline.
Like most study abroad experiences at the University of Richmond, Ellen Walk’s trip to Trinidad, Jamaica, Panama, and Cuba on the 2011 Faculty Seminar Abroad didn’t end when the plane touched down in Richmond.
School of Law takes new direction with this year's 1L orientation