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September 14, 2015
Hannah Holub, '16
Senior interns for Toronto Football Club
Senior mathematics and economics major spent her summer using statistics to learn what creates a better soccer team.
August 31, 2015
Music professor participates in cultural exchange
Music professor travels to Brazil to perform, teach, and immerse in local culture.
Santiago Espinosa, '17
Biology student discovers the realities of conducting scientific research
Biology student researched tumor suppressors at Boston Children’s Hospital through prestigious HHMI internship
August 14, 2015
Kayla Sherman, '16
Senior spends summer researching newts and moths
UR student researches animal behavior as part of summer fellowship program.
Aidan Winters, '17
Junior interns in lab at Stanford School of Medicine
Student conducts cancer research in Stanford School of Medicine lab through University of Richmond summer fellowship
August 11, 2015
Art professor documents the state of culture in her hometown of Sarajevo
Art professor opens photography exhibition on the state of culture in Bosnia
August 5, 2015
Young Brinson, '15
Recent grad studied politics related to Native Americans' struggle for identity and empowerment
Research becomes personal for Native American student who looked at whether federal recognition helps native tribes feel empowered to define their identity.
Max Bernstein, '17
Student spends his summer delving into issues relating to the Affordable Care Act
Student's internship with the Department of Health and Human Services has shown him the inner-workings of the federal government.
July 24, 2015
Emily Whitted, '16
A lifelong knitter, Emily Whitted packed away her needles when she came to Richmond - until a professor encouraged her to reconsider
“People follow their passions all the time, but I think mine gets stereotyped for being something that grandmothers do," says Emily Whitted, ′16. "I just needed a push, someone to say, ‘That’s not silly.’”