Get the buy-in of the village chief before promoting your health care agenda to the villagers, says Sherzel Smith, '13, of her experience working in Ghana this summer.
For Hannah Jacobsen, ’15, the best way to achieve a global perspective is by becoming fully immersed in local cultures and languages while traveling abroad.
University President Edward L. Ayers moderates a national conversation about the uncertainty of the Emancipation Proclamation’s issuance.
Working towards social justice and equality led Erik Lampmann, '14, to found a policy organization on campus which helped him combine academic interests with advocacy for the issues important to him.
One student is taking a challenge she faced to help restore confidence in others like her.
Two fellow alumni left their jobs to pursue a new venture in mobile applications together.
After graduating early from the School of Arts and Sciences, Leslie Crudele, ‘12 and C‘14, decided to remain part of the University community by pursuing a master’s degree through the School of Professional and Continuing Studies.
Robins School of Business students travel to Boston for a whirlwind 24-hour experience.
Carrico Center student volunteers receive recognition for yearly Veterans Law Update
Kevin Levin, G’05, recently published his book “Remembering the Battle of the Crater: War as Murder,” which is loosely based on his master’s thesis.