April Israel, '14, interned at the Maryland Coastal Bays Program this summer to help set the environmental background for her food and agricultural marketing interests.
MBA Alumni Society offers Informative Networking through Annual Economic Breakfast
Leadership students put leadership concepts into practice with production of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” featuring junior high students.
Shannon Biello, ’13, pursues a double major, conducts research in two disciplines, and studies abroad during her time at Richmond, all with guidance from her academic advisor.
With the help of a $250,000 grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the CCE is looking to faculty to further the development of community-based learning.
A desire to learn the language and culture sent Shannon Mann, ’13, on multiple trips abroad to study in China.
School of Law welcomes Professor Chiara Giorgetti
Intellectual Property Institute co-hosts Global Intellectual Property Enforcement conference and sixth annual Evil Twin Debate
Heather Dunlap, ‘14, found her enthusiasm for physics and theater with the help of some inspirational educators.
Kati Kitts, L'13, gains trial experience and advocates for children at the School of Law's Children's Defense Clinic