Inspired by the James River, Peter Anton, ’14, spent the summer en plein air and in the studio producing large-scale paintings that explore figure, landscape, immersion, and memory.
A Robert L. Burrus Jr. Fellowship helped Mary Hampton Elam, ’14, confirm her dream of eventually opening a coffee shop as a recovery and restoration center for women coming out of tough situations.
Incoming first-year students have a myriad of options available when they consider their First-Year Seminars.
With the students’ interest in consulting on the rise at the University of Richmond, so is the interest in the Deloitte Battle of the Beltway Case Competition that takes place in Washington, D.C.
With the help of the Office of Alumni and Career Services, a professor’s mentorship and timely internships, DeChello landed a post-graduation position as a Financial Leadership Program Associate for the United Technologies Corporation (UTC).
Nabila Rahman’s upcoming year as a Fulbright Scholar is an opportunity for her to come full circle: combining her interest in development studies with her undergraduate interdisciplinary major—politics, philosophy, economics and law.
Diana Iovan traveled a long way to join the University of Richmond’s Class of 2012, from Romania. But her journey paid off with the help of University of Richmond.
In her first year, Melissa Diamond, ’15, has explored her interests, discovered what the city of Richmond has to offer, and found community among students from around the world.
His own experience being a part of an after-school program inspired Francisco Lee, '15, to teach music at the Boys and Girls Club in Richmond.
Mentoring experiences and an interdisciplinary major helped prepare Dwayne Foster, ’12, for a consulting internship that opened up his career path.