Dr. Tom Wren, a renowned historian, dedicated teacher and inaugural faculty member of the Jepson School, is retiring after the fall semester.
Shelly Holland, '14, is spending five weeks studying law at Emmanuel College at Cambridge as part of the Jepson at Cambridge program.
Two students are getting an inside look at the Virginia Senate race and learning about leadership from two former governors thanks to their respective internships.
An internship in Tanzania gives Lindsay Hudson, ’14, a chance to experience and practice leadership and healthcare in a different culture.
A summer internship is giving Jordan Grubbs, ’13, an opportunity to work with a nonprofit organization that works to address issues of sustainability.
Carly Fullam, ’13, and Scott Rockensies, ’13, are spending the summer interning with a leading management and consulting services firm that works with governments around the world.
An internship with a public defender’s office gives Liz Dedman, ’13, an opportunity to assist with trial preparation and paves the road for a legal career.
Young scholars have an opportunity to share research and interact with distinguished scholars, including a Nobel laureate, at the annual Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought.
As an admission counselor at the University of Richmond, Adrian Bitton, ’09, is the resident Jepson expert as an alumna. She is starting a new chapter in her career in higher education this fall.
A summer internship at a South African lion preserve helped Patrick Murphy, ’14, combine a love of animals with a passion for preservation.