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After meeting the World Autism Awareness Day coordinator at the UN, Diamond was invited to speak. She presented on the therapy program she started in Palestine.
This open forum is designed for students to discuss their experiences with sexual violence, or to listen to and support others. More than 200 students attended this year.
The business school is the country’s only fully accredited top-tier undergraduate business school that also is part of a top-tier liberal arts university. Richmond ranked No. 16 this year.
Greek women learned about leadership at a two-day conference in Atlanta, Ga. Each sorority sent women who were recognized as having potential for leadership.
Janet Jarman’s photojournalism highlights social issues, particularly in Mexico where she currently lives. Long-term projects set Jarman’s work apart in the modernized journalism profession.
Students learned about the context and history of education in Richmond through speakers, seminars, field trips and direct service. The CCE is considering different topics for future programs.
River Road will become the University of Richmond’s main entrance this summer in a project that is part of a 10-year master plan.
Sophomore Alex Krass went to Sochi, Russia for eight days to watch his 16-year-old sister ski for the U.S. Olympic team.
Richmond’s mock trial team will be advancing to the next round in Greenville, S.C. Two members earned the All Region Attorney and All Region Witness awards.
Whether students are passionate about archaeology, international studies or any other topic, faculty are often willing to help them develop projects.