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February 8, 2011
Ashley Miles, '11
Internships 2010: Alumni connection offers political fundraising experience
Alumni connection offered student political fundraising experience. This is one of a series of articles about Jepson School of Leadership Studies students' 2010 summer internships.
In the classroom and across the world, biology professor teaches hands-on learning
As a professor in the Department of Biology, Amy Treonis encourages her students to learn by doing — in the classroom, the lab, and across the world.
February 7, 2011
David Freeman, '05
Alum inspires new outlook on fitness
David Freeman, ’05, recently returned to campus to lead a weight-training class. He also shared his experience starting a personal training business.
Jepson Colloquium 2011
'Leadership and Global Justice' focus of fifth Jepson Colloquium
The fifth Jepson Colloquium, held Jan. 28-29 at the University of Richmond, brought together scholars from around the world to discuss topics related to leadership and global justice.
Immigration Assistance Project
Pro bono clinic lets students use language skills and gain legal experience
Law students use their language skills and gain valuable legal experience with the pro bono Immigrant Assistance Project, a partnership between University of Richmond School of Law, Williams Mullen law firm, and the Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Sally Fisher, '11
Senior Beckman Scholar's work in computational chemistry leads to opportunity to work with supercomputer
Thanks to encouragement from the chemistry department faculty, Beckman Scholar Sally Fisher, ’11, has discovered a love for research.
February 4, 2011
Farren Billue, '12
'Science nerd' by day, songstress by night
Farren Billue, ’12, says that one of the best things a person can have in life is a beautiful smile.
February 3, 2011
Integrated Quantitative Science program builds multi-perspective researchers
The eyes of Cristina Meehan, ’14, light up when she talks about biology — and chemistry, math, computer science and physics. These are the five different disciplines that UR’s Integrated Quantitative Science program covers in a yearlong course for first-year students.
Remembering W. Allan Powell
Chemistry professor and pre-med adviser loved teaching, researching jellyfish
Professor of Chemistry Emeritus Dr. W. Allan Powell taught at the University of Richmond from 1952 until his retirement in 1991. Friends and colleagues established the W. Allan Powell Lectureship in Chemistry in his honor upon his retirement. Powell passed away Dec. 21 at the age of 89.
February 1, 2011