Richmond faculty, students, and community partners present at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference in Atlanta.
Mario Lipari, ’13, started playing lacrosse in the third grade, but didn’t think he’d continue high-level playing at college. The school's varsity club team gave him the opportunity.
As a lifelong educator, Dr. Dale Kalkofen is utilizing her past educational experiences in her position as chair of the Partners in the Arts Governance Committee.
Mohammed Hadi’s experience at UR was an introduction to the concepts of finance and accounting, and a lesson in how to adapt to new cultural environments.
Robins School alumna views international business courses as vital in teaching her cross-communication skills necessary for her full-time role after graduation
Robins School alumnus felt his education and professors prepared him for the real world of international business after graduation
Through PACE (Pathways to a College Experience), Michelle Huneke, ’13, mentored Richmond high school students and found a future career in education.
After spending two years teaching in the Mississippi Delta region with Teach for America, Collin Wilson, C‘13, decided to go back into classroom to pursue a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction.
International students gain insight into American culture and enhance their English-language skills through community-based learning.
Joan Oates, a long-time advocate of arts in Richmond, continues her tradition of incorporating arts into everyday life by endowing The Joan Oates Summer Institute for Partners in the Arts in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies.