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October 22, 2010
Alumni Panel Discussion
Alumni to students: Be flexible - your Jepson background is
Alumni tell students a degree in leadership studies provides career flexibility and practical skills for any field they choose.
The "Ideal" Graduate Degree
Fair helps students explore social-impact careers
Students were able to connect with representatives from more than 200 graduate programs during the Idealist Graduate Degree Fair for the Public Good Sept. 30 in Washington, D.C.
October 21, 2010
New chemistry course uses crime scene investigation to engage students
The students in Catching Criminals with Chemistry will spend the semester analyzing evidence and solving a classroom crime.
Tim Quinn, '11
Studying French literature, student gains appreciation for the liberal arts
Tim Quinn, '11, researched educational themes in Renaissance-era French literature, taking a short trip to Paris to wrap up his research.
October 20, 2010
Jessica Walradt, '10
Building a career in health policy
Jessica Walradt, '10, arrived at the University of Richmond with a desire to pursue a career helping sick individuals and their families. She now works as a health policy analyst.
October 19, 2010
The Flattening World
UR community reacts to Pulitzer Prize winner's address on campus
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, one of the world's leading thinkers on globalization, spoke at the University of Richmond's dedication of the new Carole Weinstein International Center.
October 18, 2010
Exploring the River City
Students explore city's arts, nature, and community through Fall Break in Richmond
Never far from campus, two dozen students explored global sounds, a river's ecosystem, and a local community center through Fall Break in Richmond.
Queally Hall upholds Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards
Features of the new addition fall in line with the President's Climate Commitment
The future Queally Hall features low-flow urinals, faucets and automatic occupancy sensors.
A Fitness Entrepreneur
Alumnus uses passion for coaching and exercise to train youth and adults for triathlons
Considered a top amateur triathlete nationally, Michael Harlow, '04, shares his passion for fitness through his coaching and retail business in Richmond.