Telecommunications executive enjoys studying business in the United States and interacting with his professional peers
Richmond MBA professor constantly challenges his students to always strive for more and realize the big picture of business
The University expands its footprint in downtown Richmond through the renovation of the lower level at UR Downtown.
Isela Melendez-Carpio, ’12, knows firsthand the struggles Latinos face in the U.S., particularly in the classroom. At UR, she’s working to raise awareness and encourage other Latinos to pursue higher education.
As student volunteers, Dominique Simon, ’11, and Prayas Neupane, ’11, discovered the impact of the digital divide in Richmond. Now they’re forming their own nonprofit organization to address the issue.
On Nov. 1, 2011, Professor Jack Preis argued Minneci v. Pollard before the U.S. Supreme Court, offering him the opportunity to put his legal scholarship to the ultimate test.
Sarah Friday, '13, has an interest in sponges that has taken her SCUBA diving in the Florida Keys, collecting research specimens at the Smithsonian and learning Kiswahili in Tanzania.
A passionate advocate for the public's understanding of the Supreme Court, Justice Stephen Breyer shared the details of his day-to-day with the law school's Marshall Scholars when he visited for the dedication of the Honorable Robert R. Mehrige, Jr. Moot Courtroom.
Not only have many graduates of UR gone on to serve in the Peace Corps, but Richmond’s faculty is made up of several returned Peace Corps volunteers. As the organization celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, returned volunteers reflect on their service.
As a child, Stephanie Granderson, ’12, experienced educational inequalities firsthand when she transferred to a new middle school. As a Bonner Scholar, she’s now working to understand the source and be a positive influence on city students.