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August 27, 2015
Andi Minor, CMP
Robins School special events manager earns renowned events planning certification
Andi Minor, special events manager at the Robins School of Business, looks forward to strengthening business school events after earning the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) certificate, the hospitality industry’s renowned events planning certification.
Accounting professor presents paper at finance and economics conference
Abdullah Kumas, assistant professor of accounting, presented his paper, “Insider Trading Activity Around Auto Recalls,” during the 2015 DePaul University Finance and Economics Conference in Chicago, Ill.
August 26, 2015
Eve Knapp, '16
Senior sees how risk-taking can pay off in internship at start-up company
Senior Eve Knapp, ’16, took a risk when she accepted an internship offer at an unfamiliar company in a field to which she had never given much thought.
August 21, 2015
Michael Barrett, '16
Untraditional banking internship gives senior stronger sense of self
An internship at Bank of New York Mellon enabled Michael Barrett, ’16, to take on a new role: a storyteller.
August 19, 2015
Jepson School alumna teaches healthy living
Victoria Lyon, '13, dedicates career to promoting wellness through social change
Victoria Lyon, ’13, uses her leadership studies education to help youth populations develop healthy lifestyles.
August 14, 2015
Kayla Sherman, '16
Senior spends summer researching newts and moths
UR student researches animal behavior as part of summer fellowship program.
Aidan Winters, '17
Junior interns in lab at Stanford School of Medicine
Student conducts cancer research in Stanford School of Medicine lab through University of Richmond summer fellowship
Lydia Barnes, '16
Student leads change through internship at Telfair Museums
In her internship at Telfair Museums, Lydia Barnes, ’16, draws upon her leadership studies coursework to think more deeply about the artwork museums display and how museums market their messages.
August 12, 2015
From planes to people with The Richmond MBA
While working in aerospace engineering is highly technical, Leo Martins also spends plenty of time collaborating with his colleagues. It’s the people-oriented nature of his work that led him to The Richmond MBA.
August 11, 2015