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April 20, 2017
NIKE executive and UR alumnus meets with Robins students, uses their research for strategy
Maurice King, R'85, reviewed student research on NIKE Golf
NIKE global business development director uses student research, perspective to drive strategy
Delta Sigma Pi finds egg-cellent opportunity to give back to RVA
The business fraternity supports community for Easter
Members of Delta Sigma Pi put together Easter eggs for a community Easter egg hunt.
Tianni Ivey, '18
A passion for education leads junior to intern for Levar Stoney's mayoral campaign
Tianni Ivey, '18, interns with Levar Stoney's winning campaign.
April 19, 2017
Exposing students to etymology
Community-based learning helps middle school students learn etymology
Students use games to teach Greek and Latin etymology at a local after-school program.
April 17, 2017
Behind the scenes with Spider Riders
Program offers inside look at role of law enforcement for future attorneys
Spider Riders gives law students the opportunity to ride along with the officers from the University of Richmond Police Department and the City of Richmond Police Department while out on patrol. For the most part, students are silent observers, but gain real insights into police work during their ride-along.
April 14, 2017
Ebonee Crosby, C '18
Local teacher integrates community-engaged learning into classroom
Ebonee Crosby, C ’18, a preschool teacher and SPCS student, builds connections with Richmond’s Latino community.
April 11, 2017
Census data puts a lens on a lifetime of studying and teaching about race, power, and politics
After 12 years at the University — and decades more working and teaching in the city of Richmond — John Moeser will retire knowing thousands of former students were inspired to become engaged citizens.
Rebecca Hubbard & Alicia Hubbard, C'15
SPCS transfer seeks sister's support for extracurricular competition
Rebecca Hubbard and Alicia Hubbard, C’15, have taken similar routes in life despite their differing interests: From students at Reynolds Community College to Richmond Spiders and future working professionals, support for each other’s efforts grown as they transition into their respective career paths.
April 7, 2017
Maggie Moroney, '17
U.S. State Department internship puts student at heart of Brexit, refugee crisis
Civic Fellow Maggie Moroney, ’17, gets a firsthand view of Brexit and the refugee crisis during an internship with the U.S. Embassy in Slovakia
April 3, 2017