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April 1, 2011
Kat Blanchard, '11
Bonner Scholar combines service and public-policy research to advance child well-being
Kat Blanchard, ’11, has spent her college years delving ever deeper into the impact of poverty on Virginia’s most vulnerable citizens — its children.
March 31, 2011
Context and Object
Museum studies seminar creating exhibition around social customs
There’s more to showing off an artist’s work than just paint and canvas. That’s why students in Richard Waller’s museum studies seminar are planning a public exhibition from start to finish — they’re curating the artwork, developing the programming and marketing the event.
Studying Social Justice
SSIR program traveled through the South to study historical and contemporary issues in social justice
Dr. Melissa Ooten's Demanding Equality program takes students on a journey through the South, focusing on social justice movements from Reconstruction to the present.
March 29, 2011
The View from Inside
A conversation with U.S. Senate candidate and UR Distinguished Lecturer Tim Kaine
Tim Kaine shares his perspective from the frontlines of economic policymaking in a new University of Richmond Law Review article and as keynote speaker at the law school's annual Allen Chair Symposium.
The law school's Professional Roundtable encourages informal networking
The law school's annual Professional Roundtable brings together law students and practitioners in a novel progressive dinner format.
March 25, 2011
Megan Dooley, '13
Student finds her niche working behind the scenes with the men's basketball team
As a team manager, leadership studies major Megan Dooley,’13, is working behind the scenes in San Antonio to help the men’s basketball team succeed in the Sweet 16.
Graduate students now have the opportunity to study at the Rouen School of Business in France for a semester or an entire year
Tom Cossé, Associate Dean for International Business Programs, signed a double degree agreement with ESC Rouen earlier this year
Allison Titus, NEA award winner
English instructor's path to success has been a bumpy one
Allison Titus, adjunct English professor, recently won the 2011 Literature Fellowship in Creative Writing from the National Endowment for the Arts--but her path to get there has been a bumpy one.
Eric Prescott, MBA candidate, selected Colonna's Shipyard for his Capstone project based on his own industry experience and interests
Student developed long-term strategy on growing business volume for full-service private shipyard throughout a semester-long assignment