Leaders who helped establish UR's Safe Zone program reflect on the 20 years since it was established to educate members of the community about lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer (LGBTQ) issues and to create a network of allies who help create a safe and inclusive community.
Dave Rosenbaum, ’96, is thriving in Hollywood, thanks to the minions — yes, those minions.
Shows like Last Week Tonight with John Oliver are changing the formula for political satire. Caroline Utz took note, and she's studying how the format shapes perceptions of leadership and invites citizens to engage rather than idly mock a broken system.
One of economics professor Tim Hamilton’s interests is the environment. He has found the opportunity to spend his time researching issues that are of personal importance to him, while also being applicable to a larger audience.
On a Monday night in November, a dozen start-up business owners gathered in downtown Richmond for an introduction to trademark law.
Words like blood and pain may not sound like much of a love poem, but as Hannah Maddy found, they often hold the keys to understanding an ancient civilization.
Masnoon Majeed, ’16, wanted to write a novel that could capture life in his native Pakistan. A UR Summer Fellowship gave him the time and space to find his voice.
Biology student researched tumor suppressors at Boston Children’s Hospital through prestigious HHMI internship
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Every undergraduate student is eligible to receive a fellowship of up to $4,000 for a summer internship or faculty-mentored research project.