To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, President Edward Ayers and the rest of the American History Guys taped a live episode of their podcast BackStory and explored the history of the future, from the Jetsons to jetpacks.
All parties end up in the kitchen, writes the author of The Stop, this year’s One Book. A group of faculty, staff, and students put that theory to the test with an evening of education on cooking with local ingredients and a hands-on class at the Center for Culinary Arts.
Sandra Joireman, Weinstein Chair of International Studies and professor of political science, is working on a team focused on reforming property rights issues in Kosovo.
UR’s community-based-learning program takes the classroom into the world beyond campus
Richmond College men kicked off a series of excursions into Richmond to learn about economic development and Stone Brewing’s anticipated arrival. The program, dubbed RC in RVA, is a collaboration between the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement and Richmond College.
Sarah Roden and Sarah Stewart grew up together, came to UR together, and lived and traveled together. Now they’re learning to navigate life and work in Tel Aviv — together.
Sabrina Cabezas, '18, dreams of using her leadership skills to spread equal opportunity education to third-world countries.
“The problems that I face are rarely engineering problems. They’re really risk factors.”
—Virginia Secretary of Transportation Aubrey Layne, B’79, who spoke last month at the Robins School of Business