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April 27, 2010
Elizabeth Harris, '95
Under the dome in Annapolis: Richmond alumna is top legal counsel to Maryland's governor
The top lawyer among Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley's advisors credits her success with hard work, good luck and the interdisciplinary approach to problem solving she learned at the University and at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies.
An organization for the University
Women in Business
Networking and knowledge for all women at the University of Richmond. Written by Sarah Woodis '10
Bridging the Gap with Books
WILL senior seminar uses books to put a face on the problem of homelessness
Book clubs are a popular social outlet for women living in comfortable suburbs. Not so much for women who are homeless. This spring, students in the WILL senior seminar used a book club to bridge the gap between themselves and homeless women.
April 26, 2010
Bankers taking the lead in helping to enhance financial literacy among Virginia's youth
MBA Alumni Head Back to School
Bruce Whitehurst (MBA, 2004) and Tim Duffee (MBA, 2002) never had a class together in the MBA program at Richmond. Now, the two are among a class of bankers taking the lead in helping to enhance financial literacy among Virginia’s youth.
Trip encourages sophomores to explore solutions for cities
Fourteen students in the Sophomore Scholars in Residence Living Learning Program, "Civic Engagement: Urban Crisis in America" examine the origin and impact of the urban crisis by visiting major metropolitan areas.
Meaghan Griffith, '10
Business and leadership combination sets intern apart
Meaghan Griffith's internship turned into a 10-week job interview. Luckily, her studies in business and leadership helped her stand out from the crowd and get a full-time job offer.
April 23, 2010
Dead Aid: The Moral Imperative to Find a Better Way in Africa
Economist Dambisa Moyo spoke at the Modlin Center for the Arts on why she believes aid has worsened the economic situation in Africa more than it has helped, as part of The Jepson Leadership Forum 2009-10 Season on “The Common Good.”
The Richmond MBA Alumni Society Golf Tournament June 11th
Registration is Open for the Richmond MBA Alumni Society Golf Tournament - June 11th
Register now for this great day of golf.