A yearlong study abroad experience in Denmark helped Natasha Levanti, ’12, combine her interests in leadership studies and international studies and figure out her future plans.
Jennifer Huffman, ’10, is gaining valuable life and international work experience in Germany through the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Program for Young Professionals.
Heather Thornton, ’12, immersed herself in the international opportunities available at Richmond — ultimately leading her to win a Rangel Fellowship.
A medical humanities class helped Christina Vivelo, ’12, discover how combining a love of science with a career in public health would enable her to have a widespread impact on health systems.
During its first year, the LGBTQ & Ally Living-Learning community gave residents a chance to explore their own identities while creating a center for LGBTQ life on campus.
Bridget Wiede, ’12, plans to fuse her interests in leadership studies and history at Oxford University in the fall.
Dr. Doug Hicks has earned numerous awards for his teaching, scholarship and service. After 14 years with the University, he is starting a new chapter in his career.
Josie Senoga, ’12, grew up on two continents. She plans to pursue a master’s degree in public policy and human rights on a third thanks to her undergraduate experiences.
The Jepson School’s honors program is turning 10. To celebrate, the School hosted a symposium to showcase student research.
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