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November 2, 2015
3L Puts ROTC Skills to Good Use
Polina Tsvetikova takes part in culture program in Poland
As the only law student in the University of Richmond’s Army ROTC battalion, Polina Tsvetikova is putting her status to good use.
March 6, 2015
Josh Young, '17
Gates Scholar finds challenge and fulfillment in campus leadership
A Gates Millennium Scholar ponders how to be a force for change and dialogue while finding his place at Richmond.
October 5, 2011
Jepson School's 2011-12 leader-in-residence encourages students to be prepared for leadership opportunities
Maj. Gen. Gina Farrisee, W’78, is serving as the Jepson School’s 2011-12 leader-in-residence. She visited campus Sept. 26-27 to share her expertise and meet students.
July 20, 2011
Colin Billings, '13
ROTC cadet seeks to build more multifaith understanding in UR community
Junior Colin Billings spent part of his summer in the Middle East, learning ways to break down barriers between people of different faiths.
October 30, 2009
ROTC Staff Ride
Cadets tour historic battlegrounds with Brigadier General John Mountcastle
The Department of Military Science and Leadership conducted a battle staff ride to improve student understanding of historical battles, assess historical tactics based upon the U.S. Army's current principles of war, and to assist in the student’s officer development by assessing battlefield leader decisions.
Brad Praskach, '10
Richmond cadet selected for field training at West Point
University of Richmond Cadet Brad Praskach, ’10, was selected to train with 1,100 United States Military Academy cadets during West Point's rigorous eight-week summer field training program.
President and provost join ROTC battalion for field training
The University of Richmond’s Spider Battalion kicked off their 2009 spring semester with Blackhawk training and a 20-minute flight above the Richmond campus with University President Ed Ayers and University Provost Stephen Allred as guests on the flight
Spider Battalion, '09
Three Richmond Arts & Sciences cadets commissioned into the U.S. Army
Three members of the University of Richmond’s Spider Battalion, were commissioned into the United States Army on Saturday, May 9 at Cannon Memorial Chapel.
Spider Battalion earns four streamers at ROTC competition
The Department of Military Science and Leadership's 2008 Ranger Challenge team, led by senior cadet Daniel Fornicola, received one first place streamer and three third place streamers in an ROTC competition.