What’s within us here has an incredible impact everywhere.
See why the traits within us are important for all that’s around us.
We actively pursue every goal, continuously seeking out ways to improve, expand, and evolve. It is our goal to achieve more — not just for our own gain, but for everything we can accomplish together.
Alum Rylin McGee has traveled thousands of miles and created new curricular pathways -- daring moves in pursuit of goals she developed much younger.
Professor Carol Parish is diversifying the pipeline of students pursuing careers in the sciences and providing the guidance that equips them to excel.
Throughout his journey from Ghana to Richmond, senior biochemistry and molecular biology major Henry Dwaah has kept his focus on making his mark in medicine.
We revel in the discovery of new knowledge and venture to ask, “What more?” With every question comes new ideas, new possibilities, and new opportunities — and we explore them all.
Alumna Alicia Jiggetts is examining the role of self in building stronger communities.
Professor Kelly Lambert is forging new ground in understanding how our experiences and environment influence our brains' ability to adapt.
Professor Bert Ashe is using black literature and the lessons of his own self-exploration to help students shape their understanding of themselves.
We approach every problem with perseverance, and we don’t take “no” for an answer. By carefully analyzing every side of the issue, we reveal new ways to move forward and propel lasting change.
Student Lina Tori Jan has overcome obstacles as daunting as war, ethnic discrimination, language barriers, and economic need in pursuit of her future.
Richmond professor Monti Datta is shining a spotlight on modern-day slavery and sowing the seeds of abolition.
Chris Hamby is exposing the prevalence of black lung in Appalachian miners and uncovering a pattern of questionable ethical behaviors behind it.