Three Richmond Law alumnae are grateful for the practical skills and experiences gained through their time with the Education Rights and Children's Defense Clinics.
Amy Howard's book "More Than Shelter" not only shatters public-housing stereotypes, but also stands to inform the city of Richmond's war on poverty.
Seven UR students spend the summer studying the complex nature of local middle schools as a glimpse into the challenges facing education in America
As an intern for the Richmond chief of police, Austin Gund, ’15, sees the role of leadership in organizational operations, city management, and community relationship building.
Senior challenges herself through participation in elite summer research program
Local practitioners share their expertise and prepare the second-year class to try cases.
Pre-health student gains empathy and a greater understanding of addiction and mental-health issues through her work at a substance-abuse treatment center.
Bonner Scholar reflects on the challenges, frustrations, and fulfillment inherent in community service.
Local middle-school students revel in the college experience through an overnight visit to campus.
Professor Ann Hodges has been honored as a 2014 recipient of the Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award. The Beckman Award is presented every year to 10 professors from across the country who inspire their former students to achieve greatness.