Feature Stories

January 25, 2011
A Glimpse InsideNew program brings together MBA students with representatives from notable area firms to address hiring questions and provide insight into company's inner workings
Series offers the opportunity for MBA candidates to learn more about corporate culture, hiring outlook and practices
Rianna DiBartolo-Cordovano, '12University Summer Scholars program initiated math major's academic journey
Rianna DiBartolo-Cordovano, '12, attended the University's Summer Scholars program in 2007. The program brought her to Richmond and is leading her on a fantastic journey of academic discovery.
Summer ScholarsAn incredible way to explore all that Richmond has to offer
Imagine being in high school and having the opportunity to really get to know the campus of one of the colleges you are interested in attending. Take a class and study with a professor. Eat in the dining hall. Live in a residence hall. Explore an academic interest. Make life-long friends from all over the world.
January 24, 2011
What makes a hero? Two professors are deconstructing our ideas of heroes
Two University of Richmond professors are deconstructing how people think about heroes—whether it’s Batman or Barack Obama.
January 19, 2011
Brittani Shells, '11Senior explores her two passions - basketball and film - at UR
Brittani Shells’ passion for shooting hoops and shooting video intersect at the University of Richmond.
January 18, 2011
Veterans on a MissionStudent organization raises awareness of veterans' issues on campus and in the community
When Sam Bernier enrolled at University of Richmond School of Law he didn’t forget the frustration he felt as a veteran battling fine print and red tape to get his undergraduate education. That experience inspired him to form Richmond’s Veterans and Friends of Veterans Legal Association.
Remembering Emory BogleBogle introduced the study of the Middle East to campus
Professor of History Emeritus Dr. Emory C. Bogle began his career at the University of Richmond in 1967 and retired in 2000, although he continued to teach part time in retirement. He passed away Dec. 26 at the age of 73.
Brittany Berlauk,  L'10Pro bono work leads to argument before Virginia Supreme Court
When Brittany Berlauk, L’10, signed up for the University of Richmond School of Law’s pro bono program as a 3L, she never imagined that a year later, she would find herself arguing a case before the Virginia Supreme Court.
January 17, 2011
It All Adds UpAccounting students review internal controls for nonprofits
Accounting students bolstered their knowledge of accounting processes and gained valuable business skills when they undertook projects for local nonprofits.
Retired and Busier Than EverOsher member Tim Williams shares his passions for teaching, learning & serving
It’s been almost six years since Tim Williams first learned about the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.