Feature Stories

April 15, 2011
Charles Mike III, '11Senior explores social justice issues from both sides of the camera
Charles Mike III, ’11, followed his father from Nigeria to UR, but forged his own path using film as a catalyst for social change.
April 13, 2011
Rachel Pricer, '13Experiences abroad prepare student for fight against global poverty
The fight against global poverty is Rachel Pricer’s top priority. Through living-learning and study abroad programs, she is learning strategies to effectively combat it.
April 8, 2011
Serena Ding, '11 Senior pursuing chromosomal and developmental biology research
Biology and economics major Serena Ding, ’11, has spent her college career studying sponges as a model organism for researching animal evolutionary development.
April 4, 2011
June Zhou, '13Student life opportunities help business administration major prepare for hospitality career
With interests in everything from dance to cross-cultural interactions, business major June Zhou, ’13, has immersed herself in student life at Richmond.
March 18, 2011
Joyce van der Laan SmithAccounting professor stresses the value of a global perspective in the field of finance
For students in Joyce van der Laan Smith’s international accounting class, a global perspective isn’t just an abstract concept. They’re getting a firsthand look at the influences of culture on finance and communication.
February 17, 2011
Alex Vlasic, '11 A year abroad united all of Vlasic's academic interests
Alex Vlasic, '11, became a feminist in the fifth grade, but it wasn’t until she enrolled at Richmond that she connected women’s and gender issues to inequalities based on race and class.
February 16, 2011
Dillon Vassallo, '12Semester in Thailand gives environmental studies major real-life perspective
Experiences like snaking down the Mekong River through the mountains of Laos made Dillon Vassallo’s semester abroad a veritable tour of environmental issues and eco-friendly solutions.
February 8, 2011
Amy TreonisIn the classroom and across the world, biology professor teaches hands-on learning
As a professor in the Department of Biology, Amy Treonis encourages her students to learn by doing — in the classroom, the lab, and across the world.
January 10, 2011
Carole Weinstein International CenterArts & Sciences programs with global connections move into Carole Weinstein International Center
At Richmond, it’s rare to find a student with two feet squarely planted on one continent, let alone in one department or academic program.
November 22, 2010
The Spider SongFour exchange students leave UR with a new sound for athletics
When four students from Botswana, Spain, France, and Denmark came to the University of Richmond, they found a way to leave a piece of themselves behind.