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July 28, 2010
Michael Watrous MBA '10
Interest in wine forms MBA Capstone project
MBA student applies classroom knowledge to grow local business
July 27, 2010
Gray McDermid MBA '11
MBA student applies passion and lands Virginia Governor's Fellowship
Service common theme in MBA student’s professional and academic life
July 26, 2010
Student researchers take the plunge together
One Saturday morning five chemistry researchers slipped off their lab coats and strapped on parachutes.
July 23, 2010
Partners in the Arts 2010
Training educators to use the arts to teach all subjects during the 16th annual Summer Institute
Teachers from Richmond-area schools gathered at the Modlin Center for the Arts at the University of Richmond to dance, make music, write poetry and create theatre. As participants in Partners in the Arts' sixteenth annual Summer Institute, they were exposed to some of the best thinking about arts integration: Using the arts to teach all subjects.
Janine Landrey, '11
Student kicks off communications career with marketing internship in Richmond
Rhetoric and communication studies major Janine Landrey, ’11, is interning with RVANews this summer.
Karren O'Connell, SCS SGA President
For many, overcoming fears and doubts is the first step to returning to school
Several years ago, Karren O'Connell was helping her youngest child prepare to leave for college, and she experienced an unexpected twinge of jealously. O'Connell had often dreamed about returning to school when her kids were younger, but the timing never seemed quite right.
July 22, 2010
Recent Robins School Faculty Accomplishments
June - July 2010 Faculty Accomplishments
Robins School Faculty Accomplishments for the months of June and July 2010, as collected via Digital Measures
July 20, 2010
Office of Alumni and Career Services
Connecting alumni and students to strengthen the Spider network
The Office of Alumni and Career Services will build on the rich experiences of Richmond alumni, enhance student opportunities and foster lifelong relationships with the University.
July 14, 2010
Interpreting the Constitution
Scholar's new book explores the philosophical, historical roots of originalism in constitutional interpretation
A new book by Gary L. McDowell makes the case against the idea that the Constitution is an evolving or “living” document and defends the idea that judges should base their decisions on the Founders’ original intentions.
Jeffrey Hunt, '12
Internships 2010: Grassroots work for an old organization with a fresh new name, Virginia Organizing
Jeff Hunt was drawn to Virginia Organizing because the organization does so much good for the least fortunate members of society and tackles issues from state tax reform to discrimination and racial profiling.