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February 29, 2012
Colleen Connolly, '14
Bonner Scholar exemplifies servant leadership through her work with children and education
By immersing herself in multiple service opportunities involving children in educational settings, Bonner Scholar Colleen Connolly, '14, has learned not only how to serve, but how to lead.
Sociologist researches the cultural identities of West Indian immigrants
Bedelia Richards, a sociology professor who specializes in immigration and race and ethnic relations, studied immigration from different perspectives at a National Endowment of the Humanities seminar last summer.
February 28, 2012
Tania Bukach, '13
Junior sewed together Richmond history for her summer research project
In a workspace that could double as the set of “Project Runway,” junior Tania Bukach spent her summer playing designer for the wife of Chief Justice John Marshall.
February 27, 2012
Parker Hawkins, '12
Student finds crossroads between international studies major and music minor
When Parker Hawkins, ’12, first picked up the bass in sixth grade, he had no idea his passion for the instrument would shape his college education and take him to Australia, Costa Rica, and now Spain.
Owen Hutchinson, '13
Junior's understanding of the world evolves through trips with UR Jazz
Guitar and baritone saxophone artist Owen Hutchinson, '13, had a unique experience working in the commercial arts industry when he interned at the Vilar Performing Arts Center last summer.
February 24, 2012
Caroline Cobert, '12
Senior presents the life of Ti-Ameny-Net, UR's mummy-in-residence
Caroline Cobert, ’12, has spent the last four years investigating the story of UR’s mummy, and her research will soon be on display for the UR community.
Tyler Tillage, '13
Junior sees the world of jazz through living-learning community and UR music
From back-room bars in Greece to renowned restaurants in Puerto Rico, Tyler Tillage, ’13, explores the culture of jazz around the world.
Joe Gribb, '13
Vocalist and organ enthusiast pursues his passion for classical music at UR
A summer camp for pipe organists introduced Joe Gribb, ’13, to UR. Today, he continues to pursue his passion for classical music.
February 22, 2012
Trip Lilly, '96
Alumnus spent over a decade in asset and portfolio management on Wall Street before transitioning to a global investment management firm
Technical background aided Robins School graduate in landing a relationship-based position and ultimately being promoted to Senior Vice President of Wealth Management at PIMCO