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January 23, 2017
Soleil Shah, '17
Senior seeks to understand and improve healthcare policy
A wide range of coursework and experiential learning helped Soleil Shah understand the challenges in improving healthcare policy.
William Stith, '18
Junior explores the sciences through interdisciplinary learning and research
Participation in integrated science programs set William Stith on a path of exploration and learning in the sciences.
Audrey Kindsfather, '15
Medical student shares her love of music
Alumna performs for hospital patients while studying to become a doctor.
Robins Student Interns with Washington Redskins
Katherine Rockwell, '17, spent summer 2016 on the field.
Katherine Rockwell, '17, interned with the Washington Redskins in the summer of 2016.
Robins Senior Redefining Personal Branding
Kelly Power, '17, hosted a branding workshop for current students.
Kelly Power, '17, hosted a personal branding workshop to help current students succeed in the job market.
Christie Marsh, '17
Triple major combined three unlikely subjects while studying abroad in Freiburg, Germany
Christie Marsh, ’17, used her studies in philosophy, German, and environmental studies to examine invasive species.
Travis Henschen, '12
Alum works toward innovation and equity in education
Travis Henschen teaches government and history and is working to open a Baltimore charter school.
January 19, 2017
Engagement in K-12 Teacher Education
TLP program offer cross-disciplinary learning & community-based engagement
Teacher licensure preparation students demonstrate the value of UR resources like the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art among K-12 students and educators.
January 10, 2017
Research at Reedy Creek
Biology students use research to help solve a Richmond city issue
Biology professor Amy Treonis teaches the importance of objectivity in science research
January 9, 2017
Dr. Maria Esperanza Casullo
Q&A with Maria Esperanza Casullo
As the 2016–17 Zuzana Simoniova Cmelikova Visiting Scholar in Leadership and Ethics, Dr. Maria Esperanza Casullo is taking a break from her role as associate professor at the Universidad Nacional de Río Negro in Argentina and spending time conducting research and teaching at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies.