Feature Stories

September 2, 2014
Sharon Lim, '16Junior takes a number of paths to explore education reform
Learning in and out of the classroom gives Sharon Lim, ’16, a deeper understanding of the challenges facing education equality.
September 1, 2014
Noah SachsEnvironmental law professor spends Fulbright semester researching India's climate change policies
Environmental law professor spends Fulbright semester researching India's climate change policies
August 27, 2014
Guiding the Academic MissionIncoming provost Jacque Fetrow uses a single word to describe her plans for her first six months on campus: Listen.
Dr. Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, the University's new provost and the vice president for academic affairs, talks about founding a biotech company, the transition from the corporate world to academia, and why she enjoys working with faculty.
Mickey ByrdThe Robins School welcomes new director of Executive Education
With the start of the new academic year the Robins School of Business welcomes new members to the faculty and staff, one of whom is Mickey Byrd, director of Executive Education, who joins us from New Mexico.
Alex Perdikis, '97Alumnus named among top young dealership managers in the country
Alex Perdikis, ’97, is managing partner at one of the highest volume dealerships in the expansive Koons dealership network. Perdikis was named to this year’s Automotive News 40 Under 40 ranking.
Kelly Dooley, '15Senior from the other side of the globe lands in Texas to work on travel app
After years of living in Australia and Japan, Kelly Dooley, ’15, found herself back in her home state of Texas for a summer internship with Sabre, a travel technology company.
August 26, 2014
Mary CaudillMary Caudill retires after 28 years of service to Richmond Law's Admissions Office
After 28 years of service to the University of Richmond School of Law, Mary Caudill is retiring.
August 25, 2014
Professors as AdvocatesRichmond Law Professors Argue Supreme Court Case for 1L Students

Richmond Law Professors Argue Supreme Court Case for 1L Students

Wired network ready for fallSummer-long upgrade improves speed and security
Network Services completed a summer-long upgrade by replacing UR’s entire wired campus network. This upgrade increases bandwidth (speed), improves system health and security, and increases our communication capabilities.
August 21, 2014
Developing Skills and NetworksSummer Internships in Richmond, Part 4
Summer internships hone practical skills in real-world settings, but they also allow students to build their professional networks. This series will highlight four students who spent their summers interning in Richmond, Virginia.