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October 17, 2016
Liz Nigro, '17
Senior to pursue career in teaching and education policy after exploring education inequities as an undergraduate
Liz Nigro, '17, has explored education inequity through coursework, weekly community service, a study-abroad program, and a summer fellowship.
June 23, 2016
Journalism professor awarded Advising Excellence Award
Mike Spear’s dedication to students is recognized by the Academic Advising Resource Center.
April 16, 2015
University of Richmond Alum Scores 'Hole in One' Internship
Lauren Conder, '14, utilized the support from the Office of Alumni and Career Services and her professors to achieve success.
Lauren Conder, '14, always knew she wanted to be involved in sports.
May 30, 2013
Escaping the Ivory Tower
UR professors engage with communities as citizens and academics
Community partnerships between faculty and area organizations benefit both the classroom and the community.
December 18, 2012
Shannon Biello '13
Senior sets a course for academic experience with the help of adviser
Shannon Biello, ’13, pursues a double major, conducts research in two disciplines, and studies abroad during her time at Richmond, all with guidance from her academic advisor.
April 21, 2011
Natalie Salim, '11
Senior combines biology and photography to bring the perfect major into focus
When she transferred to UR, Natalie Salim, ’11, wasn’t sure what she wanted to study. With the help of the interdisciplinary studies program, she combined her interests in marine biology and photography to create the perfect major.
April 14, 2011
2011 Honors Convocation
School of Arts & Sciences presents five David C. Evans awards
The School of Arts and Sciences recently hosted its annual honors convocation at the Cannon Memorial Chapel and presented five awards to deserving seniors.
January 4, 2011
Cheyenne Varner, '13
Sophomore uses writing for more than creative expression
Cheyenne Varner’s participation in UR’s MLK Day celebration brings her writing from a form of creative expression to a catalyst for social change.
December 13, 2010
Sam Abrahams, '14
Roadmap advisor connects student with on-campus job and role of a lifetime
After getting an early start at Richmond through a pre-orientation program, first-year student Sam Abrahams set out to find inspiration on campus. He soon found himself on stage, starring in UR’s production of “Rent.”
December 6, 2010