Twenty-five Osher members and friends gathered for an Osher outing to Smith Island in late April.
How do you like to spend your “free” time; that is, time spent going to events that are free?
Director Jane Dowrick reflects on her experience at the 2013 Southern Regional Conference.
What is meant by “member driven” when describing the Osher Institute? And why do we use the word “team” rather than “committee?”
Nabila Khouri, ’14, used a UR Summer Fellowship to spend the summer working on the Maasai Steppe with the African People and Wildlife Fund.
Rachel Brown, ’14, and Isaiah Bailey, ’13, teamed up to teach dance classes with an eye toward mentoring and social change at a Boys and Girls Club in Richmond’s East End.
Journalism professor ties family history to conflict in Pakistan with his first book.
Led by Alexander Kordzaia and Joanne Kong, nine orchestra students will spend a week in Cartagena exploring culture through music.
Greg Collins, L’15, found his relationships with fellow veterans to be critical when transitioning to civilian life. As a Tillman Military Scholar, he’s hoping to build the same community among local veterans.
As a marketing intern with a sports training academy, Kristina King, ’14, relied on quick decision-making skills she learned on the women’s basketball team.