Maria Konnikova, the first speaker in the 2015-16 Jepson Leadership Forum series on health, science, and the future, discussed how mindfulness can lead to smarter choices.
Biology student researched tumor suppressors at Boston Children’s Hospital through prestigious HHMI internship
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.
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.
“People follow their passions all the time, but I think mine gets stereotyped for being something that grandmothers do," says Emily Whitted, ′16. "I just needed a push, someone to say, ‘That’s not silly.’”
Student interns gain value work experience; provide community service through work in Spatial Analysis Lab
Two years ago, Sarah Rose, L’15, took on a research project investigating potential backlogs of untested rape evidence kits in Virginia. Today, her work is paying off as Virginia completes an inventory of untested kits and makes plans to prevent backlogs in the future.
Rizwan Mujeebuddin, L’12, reflects on his role as Muslim Life program coordinator and his first year as a member of the Chaplaincy team at the Wilton Center.
Gwen Setterberg’s longtime love of language makes her the perfect fit for a Fulbright grant to teach English in Argentina
Her business education became real when she was able to apply it to social change in the Dominican Republic and back home, here in Richmond.