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May 28, 2015
Richmond Law Professor Offers Perspective on FIFA Scandal
Spalding weighs in on corruption issues
After United States federal prosecutors launched an investigation into a bribery and corruption scandal involving the international soccer federation, international attention builds. And media outlets are turning to Richmond Law Professor Andy Spalding for his perspective on the latest news surrounding the FIFA charges.
May 22, 2015
International Residency in Ecuador
MBA students travel to Quito, Ecuador for Spring International Residency
In March, Richmond MBA students traveled to Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ) Business School to experience life and work in a rapidly growing economy in South America.
The Richmond MBA and Interbake Foods LLC
MBA graduate and global food company seek growth
Lake Wagner, GB'15, grows his mentor relationship into a Capstone Project with Interbake Foods LLC, a cookie and cracker company looking to enter new markets.
A Day in the Life of Nicholas Gomersall, GB'17
MBA student gives glimpse into his work at global chemical company
Nicholas Gomersall, GB'17, shared a glimpse into his work as new product development program manager in the research and development (R&D) department at DuPont Teijin Films.
Bernardo Játiva, '15
Senior international student reflects on his past and future in the U.S.
Bernardo Játiva, '15, reflects on his experiences as an international student at the Robins School of Business.
Morgan McKee, '15
Senior named 2015 Charles Norman Award recipient
Morgan McKee, '15, shares her Robins School of Business experience after being named the 2015 Charles Norman Award recipient.
Sterling Simpson-Johnson, '15
Senior talks pursuing new dreams
Sterling Simpson-Johnson, '15, sets his sights on pursuing his dream of working in the German automotive industry.
May 21, 2015
Retired professor's second career leads to outreach
Berryhill's new venture
Retired Richmond Law Professor Wade Berryhill’s passion for cigars came about in a somewhat unusual way. He and his research assistant would get together to watch Boston Legal, enjoy a good scotch, and smoke cigars on a weekly basis. That hobby became a second career in 2011, when Berryhill and Kevin Edmiston, owner of Winston’s Humidor in Midlothian, Va., founded Orinoco 1613 Cigars in 2011. Orinoco, Berryhill explained, “was the original name of tobacco in Virginia and, therefore, America. In 1613, John Rolfe grew the first tobacco that was exported to Europe.”
May 20, 2015
Kirsten McKinney, GC'15, and Andy McKinney, C'15
Husband and wife McKinneys earn interdisciplinary degrees on the same day at the University of Richmond School of Professional and Continuing Studies
On Saturday, May 9, Kirsten and Andy McKinney both walked across the stage and received their respective diplomas from Dean Narduzzi: Kirsten a master’s degree in liberal arts, Andy a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies.
James L. Narduzzi, outgoing SPCS dean
SPCS faculty, staff, students and alumni join together in tribute to outgoing Dean Narduzzi
21 years of service to the School of Professional and Continuing Studies makes an impact on co-workers and friends. We share some of the stories of the impact Dean Narduzzi has had on members of the SPCS community.