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March 21, 2017
Students explore access to justice in poverty law course
Inaugural class 'puts poverty into perspective'
Students in Prof. Tara Casey's week-long poverty law course took an intensive look at the intersection of policy, governance, and poverty in the city of Richmond through a combination of site visits and classroom discussions.
March 15, 2017
Maddy Dunbar, '17
WGSS class inspires student to pursue career in early childhood education policy
Senior credits WGSS class with introducing her to the joy of working with young children and a possible career in early childhood education policy.
March 13, 2017
French Film Festival 25th Anniversary
Celebrating 25 years of bringing the best of French cinema to Richmond
The founders of the French Film Festival reflect on how the Festival has grown.
Richmond hosts Wim Wenders conference
The first academic conference on the German filmmaker Wim Wenders was organized by faculty in Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
As part of the Tucker-Boatwright Festival, scholars from all over the world gathered in Richmond to discuss Wenders’ contributions to cinema
March 8, 2017
Alicia Jiggetts, '19
Internship reveals the roles, both large and small, that keep state government running
With every document Alicia Jiggetts, ’19, scans and enters in a database, she knows she’s helping to restore the voting rights of Virginia’s ex-felons.
March 6, 2017
Jepson workshop thrives on alumni's commitment to students
Now in its fifth year, the Jepson EDGE Institute gives leadership studies students a professional advantage in the world and workplace.
February 27, 2017
Alec Douglas, '15, inspires students with entrepreneurship in Boston
Robins alumnus making a difference in first year out of school
Douglas, '15, is inspiring young entrepreneurs outside of work.
9th Annual Q-camp draws hundreds of students, volunteers
Students polished their networking skills in annual Q-camp
Nearly 300 community members, including faculty, staff, volunteers, and students spent the weekend of January 28 at the Westin Richmond for two days of networking and professional development.
Students bolster business experience at annual Alpha Kappa Psi conference
Robins students traveled to Philadelphia for AKPsi.
Members of the Robins chapter of AKPsi traveled to Philadelphia to network and grow the business fraternity.
February 23, 2017