In May, Richmond MBA students traveled to the Riga International School of Economics and Business Administration (RISEBA) for a week of living and learning in a country quickly growing into the heart of Northeastern Europe.
When Shaquille Christmas, ’15, moved to Church Hill in the eighth grade, he never thought he’d feel at home. That all changed when he started working at Church Hill Activities and Tutoring.
In June the Robins School of Business hosted the Aspen Undergraduate Business Education Consortium welcoming faculty and administrators from 39 colleges and universities across the world to a forum dedicated to integrating the liberal arts and business education.
Leadership studies major is working with an organization that assists global leaders in societies struggling with conflict, reconciliation and change.
Sixteen second-year students traveled to San Juan, Puerto Rico, to explore problems and potential solutions to the issues plaguing urban American communities.
The Virginia Holocaust Museum in downtown Richmond provides a framework for a conversation about helping fellow students in distress.
Class projects usually end when the grades are handed out. For Kirsten McKinney, GC’15, that was just the beginning.
Student road trips serve as the capstone for a semester spent studying the evolving role of the road and cars in popular culture.
SSIR participants study how technology affects cognition and behavior and use their knowledge to assist others.
Leadership studies professor Christopher von Rueden is spending two months in the Bolivian Amazon to study status hierarchy and leadership in a small-scale society.