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November 28, 2016
Robins Students Place in Top 3 at National Team Selling Competition
Four students, one goal.
Four business students competed against nationally ranked schools, and made it into the final round in a selling competition in Indiana.
November 23, 2016
A River Runs Through It
Three Civic Fellows pursue summer internships connected to the James River
Three students receive Civic Fellowships to explore environmental advocacy, education and stewardship of the James River.
November 22, 2016
Bob Pozen visits the Jepson School for discussion on increasing productivity
Bob Pozen, senior lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, poses this question to students as he opens a discussion about his book Extreme Productivity: Reduce Your Hours, Boost Your Performance.
Molly Collins, '16
Graduate gains insight and an internship through shadowing
Finding a job is not always a linear process, one opportunity can lead you to careers and fields you did not know existed.
Jordan Lloyd, '19
Sophomore takes advantage of Career Services programs early
Starting her freshman year, sophomore Jordan Lloyd, ‘19, made sure to take advantage of the events and workshops provided by the Office of Alumni & Career Services because she wanted to have an internship early on. “I had never had an internship before, and I was uncertain what field I’d like to work in,” said Lloyd.
November 21, 2016
Hannah Verrette, '18
Junior blends biology and religious studies
Over the summer, junior Hannah Verrette, ’18, had the opportunity to job shadow alumnus Dr. Dylan Tierney, ’95, at his job as an infectious disease physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, through the Office of Alumni & Career Services’ Spider Shadowing program.
November 18, 2016
Jepson students visit Gettysburg
Civil War Leadership students gain deeper understanding through trip to Gettysburg
Every other year since fall 2004, Dr. Al Goethals and Gen. Jack Mountcastle have taken the Civil War Leadership students to the Gettysburg battlefields. The trip illuminates battlefield leadership and decision-making.
Solving more than equations
Incorporating social justice issues in the math classroom
Math professors Kathy Hoke and Joanna Wares are introducing social justice concepts through assignments in their calculus classes.
Leo Diaz, '17
Senior connects his life experience to his research
Former Marine Leo Diaz studied the emotional impact of war during the Crusades.
November 17, 2016