Five stories of how mentoring matters
Kelly Dries, the new director of Career and Professional Development, speaks to recent changes in the career development group, the office's goals and priorities, and how she sees the world of work evolving.
An agreement in principle creates a new U of R graduate school and establishes a campus in the Bay Area that will host programming from both institutes.
Kristen Horton ’19 and Celia Castro ’19 are among the graduate students who travel each week to the San Bernardino Juvenile Detention Center for an unusual course.
The Purposeful Leadership Initiative, which integrates concepts and models from across disciplines, includes educational offerings, research, and community outreach.
Doug Hairgrove '62 and Warren "Woody" Wood '62 have been a couple for more than 50 years.
With a well-recognized career that has made a difference in the lives of students, Kimberly A. Gordon Biddle '87 is thankful for those who supported her own journey.
When Tim Strysko ’09 and Jessica Moore Strysko ’09 met in a religious studies class, they recognized each other as kindred spirits.
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