Mariah Williams, '14, draws on personal experiences from childhood and her summer internship to reflect on the impact of New York City's Head Start programs.
The new head coach of Spider football talks about his coaching philosophy, working with college athletes, and his expectations going into his first season.
Recent grad Hayley Harrington, ’12, has always been drawn to early 20th century American art, but the opportunity to curate an exhibition at UR Downtown put the art in her hands.
Each semester, Osher provides its members with some eating and meeting opportunities, formally called the Osher Breakfast and Dinner Socials, which are held in the Heilman Dining Center.
Carol Matuschek’s experience at Osher not only has reconnected her with past friends, but also has enlarged her circle of like-minded acquaintances.
Dottie Price, Osher member, shares her experience in the Memoir Class: The experience is “exciting, gratifying and fun. The atmosphere is friendly, encouraging, informative and completely nonjudgmental.”
Osher members are students/participants in courses, but, as owners, they can be course designers and teachers as well.
Did you know: According to a recent study in California, bridge playing strengthens the immune system and helps stave off dementia, and that Warren Buffet and Bill Gates are avid bridge players?
With the completion of the Osher Institute’s eighth year, Director Jane Dowrick reflects on some of the characteristics of the vibrant group of Osher members.
Have you ever been bitten by a spider? Dolly Hintz has – twice! No, not one of those good looking University of Richmond athletes—the actual arachnid!