Feature Stories

October 1, 2010
Ethics ResearchGrants let students work with leading scholars
Heather Schmitz, ’12, received a Jepson School Summer Research Grant to fund collaborative research with professors Crystal L. Hoyt and Terry L. Price on gender and justification for ethical behavior.
September 29, 2010
Starting OutNew alumni pursue diverse opportunities
Jepson’s newest alumni are putting their knowledge to work in a variety of fields. Profiles of members of the class of 2010.
September 28, 2010
Evolving Perspectives on EthicsObama campaign's Betsy Myers: In business and politics, put people first
Political, business and academic leader Betsy Myers calls for a collaborative approach to leadership across sectors at the Sept. 20, 2010 Donchian Symposium on Ethics at the University of Richmond.
Evolving Perspectives on EthicsPrimatologist argues that our ideas about human morality should not ignore our biology
Primatologist Dr. Frans B.M. de Waal’s insights on the evolutionary origin of human morality opened the Sept. 20, 2010 Donchian Symposium on Ethics at the University of Richmond.
Evolving Perspectives on EthicsRepresentatives from CarMax, Luck Stone, and SnagAJob.com discuss "Values-Based Firms"
Panel of executives talk about corporate values in the daily life of an organization Sept. 20, 2010, at the Donchian Symposium on Ethics at the University of Richmond.
Evolving Perspectives on Ethics"Identity Economics" offers new way to encourage workers to do the right things
Duke University's Rachel Kranton presented about "Identity Economics" Sept. 20, 2010, at the Donchian Symposium on Ethics at the University of Richmond
First Chinese International student in MBA program studies on campus this semesterTracy Zhu gains Western culture exposure and enjoys discussion-based classes
A closer look into cultural differences and how the Chinese classroom compares with the American classroom
MBA alum helps clients with retirement planningRyan Akers found The Richmond MBA program critical to his success at Genworth Financial
Coursework and quality of program are essential to role in the financial services industry
September 27, 2010
Evolving Perspectives on EthicsKaine explores how to approach the common good in the context of contemporary American political and social dilemmas
Former Gov. Tim Kaine talked about pluralism, moral inquiry and diversity Sept. 20, 2010 at the Donchian Symposium on Ethics at the University of Richmond.