Last weekend 30 junior business students spent an enriching Saturday taking part in real-world exercises that will better prepare them not only for their upcoming internships but also their future careers.
Through SIT Study Abroad, Chase Brightwell, '15, studied issues of health and community in a global setting that included Washington, D.C.; Delhi, India; Hanoi, Vietnam; and Cape Town, South Africa.
Recent graduate and classics major discusses life at Richmond as preparation for graduate school.
Fresh off the release of her latest book, Kelly Corrigan, W’89, talks about the inspiration for Glitter and Glue, her favorite mistakes, and what she’s reading now.
An internship leads to an unexpected job offer for Rose Wynn, ’14, and a request to work part-time this year. Now she is successfully juggling work, research and classes, all while enjoying her senior year.
Even though everything didn't go according to plan, UR Summer Fellow Azmain Taz, ’16, turned a research roadblock into an opportunity for deeper exploration into issues affecting children's health in Bangladesh.
UR’s Integrated Quantitative Science program introduced Deborah Pohlmann to the breadth of science and set her on a course to graduate school at MIT.
A small, internal workshop quickly for Richmond athletics staff and coaches evolved into the first-ever LGBTQ college sports summit.
Emma Materne, ’14, came to Richmond to study business but soon discovered that science and medical school are her passions.
Rarely is a connection made between Georgian architecture, a Civil War battle, and the winegrowing industry. However, that is exactly what has been forged among Woodlawn Plantation, Annefield Vineyards, Hunting Creek Vineyards, and Staunton River Battlefield State Park which historically and physically connects these two Southside localities.