On the Chaplaincy's Pilgrimage: Israel trip in 2012, Melissa Diamond, '15, visited the Princess Basma Center for Disabled Children. That moment, she says, is when her world changed.
When measuring nanoparticles, the smallest discrepancy can mean a big error. Physics professor Matt Trawick and his student researchers are creating algorithms to correct for these tiny shifts.
Students launch RVAGOV, a new website to provide a platform to educate and empower full participants in Richmond city government.
David Raiser, ’06, is the CEO and co-founder of Aldatu, a company that is trying to make HIV drug resistance testing affordable and accessible.
In a research lab run by Kathy Hoke and Joanna Wares, students like Hilary Briggs are focusing on creating more precise methods to diagnose concussions.
While Kerry McGowan, '16, always imagined herself in a more exotic destination for study abroad, she sensed a calling from a much closer neighbor: Mexico. Guadalajara, Mexico to be exact.
Three Trial Advocacy Board members help Chesterfield County public schools with their "Student vs. Marijuana" program during October.
Former Guantánamo Bay commander Maj. Gen. Michael Lehnert, the second speaker in the Jepson Leadership Forum series on conflict, discussed why he thinks the prison should be closed.
In October the Robins School of Business hosted the European Foundation for Management Development Conference on Undergraduate Programmes.
Dr. Jeffrey Carlson, a professor in the Robins School of Business, looks back on his first semester at the Robins School and talks about his research evaluating organic food advertising claims’ effects on consumer behavior.