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October 19, 2011
Wade Jewell, B '84
Richmond accounting graduate enjoys making a difference in other people's lives as executive director of the Virginia Board of Accountancy
Robins School alumnus was instrumental in creating homecoming traditions and reinvigorating school spirit on campus
Funny Guy, Smart Entrepreneur
Robins School alum Josh Abramson started CollegeHumor.com as a freshman student in 1999 and was employed full-time by his start-up after graduation
After producing a show on MTV and selling three successful Internet companies, Abramson is getting back to his roots managing BustedTees.com, a humorous t-shirt site he started one year after graduation
A Call from The White House
Former Executive Education student and small-business owner served on President Obama's White House Community Leaders Briefing series
Charlene Reynolds, CEO of Creative Insurance Concepts, shared the challenges of the bonding process for small and veteran-owned businesses during a breakout session facilitated by the Small Business Administration
October 17, 2011
Spring Break Study Abroad
Working adults travel to Seville for a hybrid study abroad program
This past March, students traveled with the School of Continuing Studies Human Resources Management (HRM) department to Seville, Spain, for a hands-on spring break study abroad experience titled “Immigration, Labor Markets, and Societies.”
October 12, 2011
Yigit Aytan, '12
Computer science senior combines classroom learning with real-world experience at Google
Combining the computer science fundamentals learned in the classroom with the real-world experience of two Google internships, Yigit Aytan, ’12, has prepared himself well for life after graduation.
Emily Nelson, '12
Senior and alumna's shared interests in computational biology leads to summer research at Princeton
Thanks to a UR connection and an uncommon combination of majors, Emily Nelson, ’12, spent her summer in a computational biology summer research program at Princeton University, studying genome variations from around the world.
October 10, 2011
International Film Series features eight films, new home in 23rd year
Free, contemporary and foreign — the International Film Series is now 23 years into its run as Richmond's premier destination for fans of world cinema.
Paige Wigginton, '09
Leadership studies alumna makes a career of serving college students
Paige Wigginton, '09, may have been born a leader, but it was the advice and example of people around her at Richmond that helped her decide to pursue a career in higher education.
October 6, 2011
Visiting Scholar conducting research on sustainability and ethical leadership
Iwona Kuraszko, the inaugural scholar of the Zuzana Simoniova Cmelikova Visiting Scholar Program in Leadership and Ethics, is focusing her research on sustainability in Central and Eastern Europe.
October 5, 2011