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June 4, 2012
Bianca Spurlock, C'12
Bianca Spurlock, C'12, encourages working professionals to pursue a higher degree
When Bianca Spurlock, C’12, offers advice about returning to school, she speaks from personal experience when she says “Let go of your fears and go for it.”
June 1, 2012
Mark Ferguson, '12
Senior presents research with theatre professor at annual conference
Through a collaborative research project, Mark Ferguson, ’12, and theater professor Maja White explore sustainable lighting technologies in live performances.
May 30, 2012
Spanish in the Community
Students put language skills to the test in community-based learning class
In Carlos Valencia’s community-based learning class, students practice Spanish language skills while getting a deeper look at classroom concepts.
Brittany Hamilton, JD/MBA Candidate
Racing to new heights
In no way deterred by her busy schedule, this active student seeks ever greater accomplishments
John Fernandez, CEO, Daystar Desserts
MBA students are getting their fill of Daystar Desserts
The Richmond MBA students use capstone project to solve local dessert company's business challenges
William 'Bill' Bailey, Osher Member
An Osher Institute membership offers the acceptance of family and the challenge of artistry
Bill Bailey’s experience at the University of Richmond reveals that membership has its own rewards.
Students gain from professor's past
Career in human resources helps adjunct instructor prepare MBA students for success
May 24, 2012
Melissa Diamond, '15
Student spends first year exploring interests and finding community
In her first year, Melissa Diamond, ’15, has explored her interests, discovered what the city of Richmond has to offer, and found community among students from around the world.
May 21, 2012
Kellie Amberger, C'11
Earning a degree as a working professional matches the challenges of starting a business in difficult economic times
Kellie Amberger, C‘11, finds in Weekend College both the challenge of academic rigor and the pattern for success in business.