When Marco Terenghi joined Olli Salumeria in 2012, he left years of working in accounting and sales roles at a large multinational firm for the opportunity to participate in building, running and making a company successful.
As an intern with USAID in Peru, Dillon Massey, ’15, combined his interests in conservation and geography, and learned about how maps establish power and influence change.
While studying abroad in New Orleans, São Paulo, Cape Town and Hanoi, Amanda Lineberry, ’14, learned a great deal about developing community at home in Richmond.
Mariah Genis, ’16, was accepted to the Jepson School in the fall. She plans to major in leadership studies and religious studies and minor in Arabic to prepare for a career in international conflict resolution.
Harry Lambert, ’16, was accepted to the Jepson School of Leadership Studies in the fall. But it was not always obvious that the Boatwright Scholar, who was born in the U.K., would pick Richmond.
Twenty-two percent of the 2013 Super Lawyers in the South Atlantic - Virginia hail from the University of Richmond School of Law.
From subterranean Rome to the top of the Carole Weinstein International Center, Samantha Frandsen, ’13, shaped an interdisciplinary education.
School of Law's revamped legal writing program offers 1Ls solid foundation in legal research, writing, and analysis
“Dream big. Never Quit.” This personal mantra drove Marc Megna, ’99, to play football for the Spiders and the NFL. He’s now turning the phrase back to his clients as a fitness coach.
Twin sisters Judy and Jenny Tat, '14, pursue their goals at a sprint. They pushed so hard to gain speed in their college careers, they graduated a semester early after having studied two semesters abroad.