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November 17, 2011
Distinguished Writer in Residence uses life experience and literature to teach writng
Award-winning author Honor Moore is on campus as the Department of English's distinguished writer in residence for the fall 2011 semester.
November 15, 2011
Seven students spend fall break learning how to rest
The Office of the Chaplaincy’s Fall Retreat, a component of the pilgrimage program, teaches students how to sit in quiet meditation and look for their purpose in life.
Alex Purdy, '12
Civic Fellow combines academic interests in geography and international studies by researching Latin American mapping
Do green-mapping projects increase sustainability in Latin America? Burhans Civic Fellow Alex Purdy, ’12, sought to answer that question during her summer internship with Green Map System.
November 10, 2011
Charting a Unique Course
Ceremony marks the start of a new academic journey for Jepson School's largest class to date
The Jepson School of Leadership Studies welcomes new students each year at Prelude, the ceremony by which they are formally inducted into the program.
November 4, 2011
Steven Sorrells, '99
Alumnus travels the world as a "rapid responder" with Pfizer, Inc.
In 2011 alone, Steven Sorrells, '99, traveled to Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai, Bogota, Caracas, Istanbul and Brussels as the director of strategy & commercial solutions in Pfizer's Emerging Markets Business Unit.
November 3, 2011
The Word from Wall Street
The Robins School of Business launches its Robins Executive Speaker Series for the 2011-2012 school year, funded in part by the Manville Foundation grant
Paul Queally R ’86 hosted the first event within the series and moderated a panel of notable Wall Street Executives inviting questions from the audience
The Brink's Company
Chairman, President and CEO Michael Dan of The Brink's Company, a security-logistics company, explains why his employees are his most valuable resource
Global security services leader creates a culture of integrity in which employees are encouraged to vocalize concerns and have their concerns heard and addressed
Catherine Epps, GB'07
Alumna is promoted to supervisor of Fleet Systems and Specifications at Dominion Power
Former Richmond MBA student still draws upon knowledge learned in graduate classes to help give her an edge at work
Student from Tsinghua University in China views The Richmond MBA as helpful in preparing him to start his own business
Telecommunications executive enjoys studying business in the United States and interacting with his professional peers