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Two beehives serve as a living lab for students and a sustainable and educational response to the decline of bee populations.

The buzz around campus

Two beehives serve as a living lab for students and a sustainable and educational response to the decline of bee populations.

2017 CommencementThe Class of 2017 talks about where they're headed after graduation.
2017 CommencementThe Class of 2017 talks about where they're headed after graduation.
Science of SpongesStudents study the ecology, evolution, and genetics of sponges in Malcolm and April Hill's research labs.
Science of SpongesStudents study the ecology, evolution, and genetics of sponges in Malcolm and April Hill's research labs.
Tarrant and TinyRichmond's live mascots, Tiny and Tarrant, live in Gottwald in the care of the biology department, along with six other resident arachnids.
Tarrant and TinyRichmond's live mascots, Tiny and Tarrant, live in Gottwald in the care of the biology department, along with six other resident arachnids.
The Klemperer TrioA look behind the curtain as University President Ronald Crutcher researses with the Klemperer Trio.
The Klemperer TrioA look behind the curtain as University President Ronald Crutcher researses with the Klemperer Trio.
Bird's eye

A drone offers a view of campus typically only seen by the birds that fly overhead.

Bird's eye

A drone offers a view of campus typically only seen by the birds that fly overhead.

URSF: Cognitive Neuroscience Lab

Students in Cindy Bukach's cognitive neuroscience lab follow a complex approach to research and understand the root causes of bias.

URSF: Cognitive Neuroscience Lab

Students in Cindy Bukach's cognitive neuroscience lab follow a complex approach to research and understand the root causes of bias.

Behind the ScenesPhotographer Jordan Matter, R’91, believes in serendipity when capturing tiny, fleeting moments of joy in the everyday things around us. Matter talked more about his process when he photographed the cover of the latest University of Richmond Magazine.
Behind the ScenesPhotographer Jordan Matter, R’91, believes in serendipity when capturing tiny, fleeting moments of joy in the everyday things around us. Matter talked more about his process when he photographed the cover of the latest University of Richmond Magazine.
URSF: National Park Service

Todd Lookingbill has a long history of working with the National Park Service to promote the ecological and educational opportunities of the parks. In this video, Todd and two students — one a summer fellow, and one a former student in one of his classes — talk about how their research supports this ongoing work.

URSF: National Park Service

Todd Lookingbill has a long history of working with the National Park Service to promote the ecological and educational opportunities of the parks. In this video, Todd and two students — one a summer fellow, and one a former student in one of his classes — talk about how their research supports this ongoing work.

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