Feature Stories

September 22, 2010
Connecting with NatureStudents spend weekend without technology to build community
Before heading back to class, students in the Earth Lodge living-learning community spent one weekend in a cabin in Shenandoah National Park, getting a sense of life without modern comforts.
2010 HHMI Science Symposium75 students presented summer research, alumna spoke of own undergraduate research experience
Seventy-five students presented their posters at the 2010 HHMI Science Symposium
September 21, 2010
Alum combines passion for fitness with entrepreneurial skills to devise her own brandTies to the university and mentors help influence student's career path
When Olympic dreams were shattered, Amanda Russell exercised her way to success
Swedish-based professor returns to the Business School to research and teach Visiting international lecturer, Peter Ekman, collaborates with Jonathan Whitaker and Steve Thompson
International perspective and mutual learning implemented in the classroom
Professor and administrator keeps it simple in the classroom and tackles student registration issuesA closer look into balancing the dual roles of faculty and Associate Dean
Get to know Bob Nicholson’s teaching philosophy and why he loves his job
Students debrief their summer internships in preparation for Corporate Careers ExpoSelf-reflection translates into interviewing and resume writing skills
Thoughts about career paths formalized through program
Careers in public accounting event informs accounting majors about industry and recruiting timelineSophomores, juniors and seniors addressed directly on what to expect in the accounting industry
Jack Reagan, alum and Partner at KPMG, speaks to students and drives home message of starting early
Kaleidoscope 2010-11Leading a diverse society is theme of student speaker series
A student-organized series hosts individuals who have challenged the traditional in search of knowledge, empowerment, and justice.
Megan Abbott, '11Internship solidifies senior's plans to join Peace Corps
After interning with the Peace Corps headquarters in Washington, D.C., Megan Abbott decided to apply to become a Peace Corps volunteer after graduation. She recently learned that she's been nominated to serve in Central or South America, working in education.
September 17, 2010
Roux Dionissieva, '11Business major points to UR's international diversity as its strength
Senior Roux Dionissieva is leaving her mark on the University of Richmond, furthering internationalization on campus with the support of the Office of International Education.