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May 6, 2014
Russell Hunter, GC'14
UR's Master of Liberal Arts program prepares Russell Hunter, GC'14, for doctoral study on the effects of drone use on different cultures
Commitment to continual learning drives Russell Hunter, GC’14, to consider the potential effects of drone use on different cultures and to predict unintended cultural shifts as the result of extending drone usage.
May 1, 2014
Megan Barger, C'14
Megan Barger, C'14, continues to follow her passion for law - this time at law school
After earning her bachelor’s degree in paralegal studies from the University of Richmond, Megan Barger, C’14, will follow her passion for law as a student at Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Va.
April 18, 2014
Linda Fisher Thornton, adjunct assistant professor
Leading in Context CEO & author of '7 Lenses' talks about her engagement in Innovations in Teaching for SPCS
Linda Fisher Thornton, adjunct professor of HR management, finds fulfillment in collaborating with colleagues and providing tools for students to succeed in management and leadership roles.
March 10, 2014
Youth Life REMIX
Teacher celebrates the first-year anniversary of the Youth Life REMIX program for teens
Not wanting to lose touch with "her kids," Youth Life teacher Katharine Hunt helped launch a teen program when her students started aging out of the after-school program for younger children.
July 17, 2013
Michelle Harrigan, C'13
Pursuing a degree at the crossroads of passion and experience
Michelle Harrigan, C’13, found at UR a degree program that matched her busy life as an emergency responder.
May 22, 2013
Not your average English class
PSA combines old-school research and rhetoric with digital storytelling
Eric Cox, SPCS student, combines academic research and writing with digital storytelling to produce a research-driven public service announcement: “Do you have what it takes to be a fireman?”
May 20, 2013
Gerald L. Quirk, distinguished faculty award recipient
2013 Itzkowitz Family Distinguished Faculty Award recipient see doors opened by UR degree
Gerald Quirk, C’74, uses personal experience to remind graduates of the value of their University of Richmond degree.
Dr. Ayers on SPCS at 50
Dr. Ed Ayers, university president, finds the seeds of excellence in past & present
In his 2013 SPCS Commencement address, President Ayers examines capacity and power the School offers the University.
Tom Winfree, C'77
SPCS alumni enriching the Richmond workplace
Tom Winfree, C’77, discusses the value of SPCS alumni to the Richmond workforce in his 2013 Commencement address.
May 16, 2013