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February 6, 2012
Korine Powers, '12
English and philosophy major researches the audience's relationship with serial killers in fiction
After taking classes about vampires and Hitchcock films, Korine Powers, ’12, spent her summer researching the audience’s relationship with serial killers.
February 3, 2012
University Police move to fleet of hybrid vehicles
New Chief of Police Dave McCoy set straight to work increasing the Police Department’s efficiency and sustainability.
February 2, 2012
Julie Yermack, '13
Study abroad experience leads to winning photo and a new understanding of grassroots organizing
Julie Yermack’s photo is the winner of the third annual “Capturing the Jepson Spirit Abroad” contest. She snapped the photo while studying abroad in Thailand.
Kadeem Fyffe, '13
Junior gets insiders' look at Milan Fashion Week while studying abroad
A chance opportunity during his semester in Milan put Kadeem Fyffe, ’13, in the front row of a major fashion show, and gave the junior a once-in-a-lifetime glimpse at his dream of being a fashion designer.
January 31, 2012
Fabrizio Aguirre, '14
Sophomore shows leadership both on and off the field
A natural-born leader, Fabrizio Aguirre is proving his talents on both UR’s varsity club lacrosse team, and with the Junior Diabetes Research Foundation.
January 27, 2012
Intersections Within One
Black History Month explores differences and shared experiences
The 2012 Black History Month celebration will break down the rich and varied histories of black culture throughout the world, while searching for points of connection among those at UR.
Chris Rigoli, '12
Senior looks ahead to career as investment banker
An internship with the Cowen Group gave Chris Rigoli, ’12, a look at a future in investment banking — and a job offer before his senior year even began.
January 26, 2012
Cut From the Same Cloth
Kevin Heffernan, GB '07, helped recruit U.S. Air Force Academy grad, Matthew Gallagher, to The Richmond MBA and then couldn't help but hire him three times over
Graduate students share military background and core values in leadership positions at the General Electric affiliated security producer, Morpho Detection
Ledbury: Part One
Despite graduating amid the historic economic collapse of 2008, Oxford University MBA graduates Paul Watson and Paul Trible, team up to fill a void in the men's apparel market and end up turning a profit
Sherwood Bowditch, GB ’07, forged a connection between two up-and-coming entrepreneurs and The Richmond MBA’s Capstone program in which two MBA students offered much-needed consulting services to the start-up
Dr. Judith Schrempf
European-educated professor brings research on business ethics to life in the classroom at the Robins School of Business
Recent doctoral graduate is eager to discuss real-world corporate ethical cases with Richmond MBA students who possess their own business and corporate experience