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February 15, 2012
Instructor offers inside look at baking and pastries, and the art of making chocolate
Tom Parfitt brings his back-room kitchen experience front and center through the Baking and Pastry Arts Center—and gives a small taste of the art of making chocolate.
February 13, 2012
Jepson Alumni Corps
New emissary alumni group works to strengthen ties, share the Jepson story
As the Jepson School of Leadership Studies prepares to celebrate 20 years, a new emissary group of alumni will work to strengthen ties and assist with special projects.
Carroll Courtenay, '12
National Geographic internship opens up possibilities for senior's career path
An educational outreach internship with National Geographic gave Carroll Courtenay, '12, insight into the state of geography education in public schools.
February 7, 2012
Classes partner with local businesses and nonprofit organizations to conduct leadership assessments
Local businesses and nonprofit organizations are receiving a free leadership assessment from students enrolled in some sections of Theories and Models of Leadership.
February 6, 2012
Director of programs and budgets is playing to her strengths
After working in various roles at the University for more than a decade, Susan Taylor joins the Jepson School of Leadership Studies as the director of programs and budgets.
Dr. Kristin Bezio
Professor looks at leadership through literature and the arts
Dr. Kristin Bezio uses literature, theater, film and even video games to help students explore how pop culture influences society and the way people think about issues of leadership and followership.
Kate Lawrenz, '14
Summer research fellowship helped political science major discover her passion
Kate Lawrenz, ’14, started the summer after her freshman year with a goal of writing a 30-page research paper. She ended up with 100 pages of material on the independence movement in Southern Sudan.
Korine Powers, '12
English and philosophy major researches the audience's relationship with serial killers in fiction
After taking classes about vampires and Hitchcock films, Korine Powers, ’12, spent her summer researching the audience’s relationship with serial killers.
February 3, 2012
University Police move to fleet of hybrid vehicles
New Chief of Police Dave McCoy set straight to work increasing the Police Department’s efficiency and sustainability.
February 2, 2012