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May 24, 2013
As a senior software engineer at Rockwell Collins, Trevor Rossi juggles lofty goals, short schedules and tight budgets on a daily basis
MBA candidate Trevor Rossi plays many roles at Rockwell Collins as he has had the opportunity to work on a large variety of programs for the U.S. and foreign military and commercial customers.
MBA alumnae brings value through various roles at MeadWestvaco
Tracy Doherty traded an advertising career for an exciting and challenging role to lead MWV's strategic marketing initiatives.
Capstone Project helps MBA graduate discover his passion and career choice while preparing local students for their future success
Logan Tinder hopes his Capstone Project with Junior Achievement of Central Virginia will help increase financial literacy and success in local students for years to come.
Creating cultural exchange through the universal language of music
University of Richmond Symphony conductor Alexander Kordzaia traveled to Cartagena, Colombia to work with a youth orchestra of underprivileged musicians, and will return with Richmond music students in fall 2013.
Carmen Hermo '07
Alumna exhibits success in the contemporary art world
Alumna Carmen Hermo translated her UR experiences into an art career that includes work at the Museum of Modern Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Creativity and variety are hallmarks of First-Year Seminars
Incoming first-year students have a myriad of options available when they consider their First-Year Seminars.
Kim Klinker: Spatial Analysis Lab
A technology lab whose main focus isn't technology?
In the Spatial Analysis Lab, students build maps and learn underlying principles of spatial analysis through hands-on, project-based experience.
How I Spent My Summer Vacation
Students gain experience through conducting research
Student share their experiences doing research during the summer of 2012 with support from Arts and Sciences Research Fellowships.
Professor uses math to understand the heart's electrical activity
Wes Cain uses mathematical formulas to simulate the behavior of cardiac tissue
My Jepson Story: Alexandra Daddario Edwards, '06
Jepson School solidified the importance of ethical leadership for alumna
“From developing a new way to track and respond to citizen concerns at the Department of Justice to managing the logistical details of a high profile legal office at the Department of Homeland Security,” alumna uses skills she learned at Jepson.