UR’s Integrated Quantitative Science program introduced Deborah Pohlmann to the breadth of science and set her on a course to graduate school at MIT.
A small, internal workshop quickly for Richmond athletics staff and coaches evolved into the first-ever LGBTQ college sports summit.
Emma Materne, ’14, came to Richmond to study business but soon discovered that science and medical school are her passions.
It’s fun to recall some of the wonderful, as well as funny, moments of the past 10 years of the Osher Institute at UR.
The Osher hiking group had the pleasure of touring the former plantation’s mansion in November, learning the varied history of the property, and then hiking through its forest, alongside its wetlands, near its streams and past its historic buildings.
It’s hard to believe (but true) that we will celebrate our tenth anniversary of the Osher UR program in 2014.
If you’ve seen Tim Hanger’s wonderful photos, either in the Osher Insider or as a member of the Osher hikers, you know he is all over campus - taking classes, exercising, and taking pictures for the Osher office as well as for our e-newsletter.
The distinctive logo of the University of Richmond ensures a consistency of the UR brand and name recognition as the University continues to enhance its reputation among leading institutions of higher education.
Rarely is a connection made between Georgian architecture, a Civil War battle, and the winegrowing industry. However, that is exactly what has been forged among Woodlawn Plantation, Annefield Vineyards, Hunting Creek Vineyards, and Staunton River Battlefield State Park which historically and physically connects these two Southside localities.
Osher members and University personnel have formed a search committee to hire the next direct of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.