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February 1, 2011
Kristen Jobes, '11
Chemistry major combines interest in healthcare with military service
Before working with a career advisor, Kristen Jobes describes her interests as "all over the place."
Katie Ruff, '11
Accounting major navigates job search to land versatile position with Baker Tilly
In her new position, Katie Ruff will gain experience working in both tax and audit, which makes her eager to start in the "real world" of accounting.
Maggie Place, '08
Psychology alumna enters clinical practice as addictions counselor
In order to gain work experience before entering a psychology doctoral program, Maggie Place works at Caron Treatment Centers, holding individual and group therapy sessions and facilitating patient lectures and interactive activities.
January 31, 2011
Internationally acclaimed director aims for social change
Theatre professor Chuck Mike reprising his world-touring 'Things Fall Apart'
The director will reprise his world-touring production of “Things Fall Apart”—a play he first produced in 1999—with an on-campus production this April at the Modlin Center for the Arts.
January 28, 2011
Getting Down to Business
IP Clinic offers lifeline to entrepreneurs, businesses, and nonprofits
Richmond's Intellectual Property and Transactional Law Clinic connects law students with start-up businesses, artists, and inventors in partnerships that provide valuable dividends for all.
January 25, 2011
Matt Llano, '11
Senior track standout finds success by living his passions at UR
Matt Llano, ’11, finds success by following his passions both on and off the track.
MBA Program Coordinator receives the Arlene Davis staff appreciation award named after predecessor
Recipient is instrumental in the recruiting process and builds lasting relationships with students inside and outside of the program
Ralph Reahard R'04, MBA candidate
Student starts membership-based website devoted to tracking golf scores as a result of a class project
PGA professional came up with the idea of keeping track of golf scores to make concrete calculations when he was an undergraduate student at the University of Richmond