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May 7, 2015
A Q&A with Anna Gryaznova
Moscow State University professor joins Jepson School as visiting scholar
Visiting scholar Anna Gryaznova discusses growing up in Siberia, teaching a course on Russian leaders, Russian-American relations, and falling in love with Richmond’s farmers’ markets.
May 6, 2015
Law and culture intertwined
Italian and American students partner in comparative employment law course
Dillon Taylor, L’16, transferred to the University of Richmond School of Law last year for one key reason: to participate in Professor Ann Hodges’ courses.
May 5, 2015
2015 Service Awards Recipients
Staff members honored for outstanding service
Each year, the University recognizes four individual staff members who have stood out throughout the year. Meet this year's recipients.
April 28, 2015
Students and alumni support military community
Inaugural Wills for Veterans program at Hunter McGuire
Recognizing that the Richmond area is home to a large number of veterans, a group of students from the University of Richmond School of Law set out to find new ways to support and engage that community. The goal was to create a simple and sustainable outreach program that could provide a direct and immediate benefit to their target audience. “The things that veterans need are not cool and sexy,” said Greg Collins, L’15. They’re the common, everyday things that any community needs, he explained. And that’s where the new Wills for Veterans initiative came into play.
From Westhampton to Washington: Sydney Freeman, '17
University of Richmond student spent the spring semester of her sophomore year in the White House.
Sydney Freeman, '17, was chosen to be a part of the highly selective White House Internship Program.
April 24, 2015
Bridget Ward, '11
Alumna working in transportation mapping sees the real-world application of her work
It wasn’t that long ago that Bridget Ward, ’11, was unfamiliar with the computer-based mapping tool GIS. Today, she’s a GIS analyst and environmental planner working on a proposed high-speed rail project between Richmond and Washington.
2015 Jepson Research Symposium
Is volunteering always a good thing? What about perfectionism?
Student research sheds light on topics ranging from perfectionism to immigration and global governance.
April 23, 2015
National PPE Colloquium
Two seniors join peers from other colleges for two days of discussion around criminal justice
Rhiannon Bell, '15, and Franny Edmundson, '15, were among a select group of students asked to participate in the PPE Colloquium held at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Amy Shick, '16
Junior works to increase female involvement in computer science
Amy Shick, '16, developed an educational computer science game to help teach concepts and increase interest in the field.