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June 23, 2016
Megan Wing, '17
Environmental studies major conducts field research at Soapstone Prairie in Colorado
Junior conducts ecological fieldwork on the presence of bird species before bison are reintroduced to the Colorado prairie.
Journalism professor awarded Advising Excellence Award
Mike Spear’s dedication to students is recognized by the Academic Advising Resource Center.
Ashley R. Pride, GC'16
Elementary teacher goes back to school for personal development
Ashley Pride, GC’16, is an elementary school teacher ready to pass on the benefits of a SPCS M.Ed. to her own students
June 21, 2016
Chris Sullivan, 18
Sophomore explores rhetoric surrounding Planned Parenthood
Rhetoric and communications studies and PPEL major researches religious implications in recent debates over Planned Parenthood.
Faith Logan, 18
Sophomore explores body image portrayals through advertising
Sophomore researches the media’s role in body image.
Katherine Simmons, '16
History major researches at Mount Vernon and Monticello
Senior explores changing interpretation of slavery at two presidential estates.
Arsalan Adil, '18
Sophomore makes a personal connection between his studies and his hometown
Physics major Arsalan Adil, ’18, tested soil from his hometown of Karachi, Pakistan for radioactivity.
June 3, 2016
Rose Nan-Ping Chen
Reflections From a Former International Student
When I first came to the U.S. in 1971, it was a vastly different world. Taiwan had yet to enter the export-driven economy and the island was pretty isolated with no flights coming or going.
May 26, 2016
Jepson Class of 2016
A look at what the Jepson Class of 2016 is doing after graduation
Jepson’s newest graduates joined a network of more than 1,300 Jepson alumni, which spans the globe, and they will pursue studies and careers in all fields and industries.
Amy Bernardini, C'16
Single mother and full-time professional proves that you can earn a degree as a working adult
Amy Bernardini, C’16, overcame the challenges of single motherhood and the schedule of full-time employment to complete her Bachelor of Applied Studies in IT Management at the University of Richmond, fulfilling a promise to her daughter to “lead by example” in going back to school.