University of Richmond professors Al Goethals and Scott Allison make the case that our most cherished heroes are also our most transforming leaders.
The School of Law's Carrico Center for Pro Bono Service hosted a Restoration of Rights Clinic to assist ex-offenders in restoring their civil rights
After being denied a promotion because of his lack of advanced degree, Ryan O’Rourke, C‘14, decided to pursue a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree, revealing a passion for education and opening up future opportunities.
The Robins School's American Marketing Association's chapter hosted a local recruiting agency to build members' skills in mock interviews and résumé reviews.
Six teams pitched business ideas, ranging from a new social media platform to an iPhone repair company, judged by a panel of local business leaders.
The freshmen who enrolled in Professor Fishe’s course assuming the material would focus solely on finance ended the semester with a much broader knowledge base than expected.
This group of students will represent their peers in the 2013-2014 academic year by serving on the Robins School Student Governmnet Association.
Jepson School students showcase research on topics ranging from leadership in films and the film industry to the government’s obligation to regulate food.
Dr. Laszlo Zsolnai, a visiting scholar from Poland, takes ecology, future generations and social responsibility into consideration to scrutinize choices business leaders make. He is spending the spring semester at the Jepson School.
2L and 3L Students Serve the Richmond Community through the Jeanette Lipman Family Law Clinic