Mariah Genis, ’16, was accepted to the Jepson School in the fall. She plans to major in leadership studies and religious studies and minor in Arabic to prepare for a career in international conflict resolution.
Harry Lambert, ’16, was accepted to the Jepson School of Leadership Studies in the fall. But it was not always obvious that the Boatwright Scholar, who was born in the U.K., would pick Richmond.
As a marketing intern with a sports training academy, Kristina King, ’14, relied on quick decision-making skills she learned on the women’s basketball team.
As a youth and development intern for Children’s Defense Fund, Alyson Fraser, ’14, planned national leadership training conferences and outreach initiatives.
Faculty from four Richmond schools go abroad to investigate cultural, political, and economic forces that have shaped Israel, Jordan, Serbia, and Kosovo.
As an intern with the New Jersey governor’s office, Matt Palmisano, ’14, learned what it takes to lead rebuilding efforts in a state after a storm as devastating as Hurricane Sandy.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Jepson School, alumni led workshops for students and raised money to support internships and student research.
A summer internship with a hospital in Kenya gives Jackson Taylor, ’14, myriad experiences to draw from when applying to medical school.
A Robert L. Burrus Jr. Fellowship helped Mary Hampton Elam, ’14, confirm her dream of eventually opening a coffee shop as a recovery and restoration center for women coming out of tough situations.
Travis Burr’s interest in history and leadership studies led to an internship with the city’s annual Civil War and Emancipation Day event.