Feature Stories

February 11, 2011
National Trial CompetitionRichmond hosts regional finals of National Trial Competition at federal courthouse
University of Richmond School of Law's Trial Advocacy Board hosts the region 4 finals of the National Trial Competition at the federal courthouse.
Scott Erwin, '05Rhodes Scholar looks back at the road from Richmond
Scott Erwin, ’05, discusses his journey from UR to Iraq to Oxford and London — and what he learned along the way.
February 10, 2011
Belle Koclanes, '02Study of leadership, teamwork and organizations paves the way for player-turned-basketball-coach
Study of leadership, teamwork and organizations paves the way for player-turned-basketball-coach. 
Emily Moore, '99Making Super Bowl ads come to life
As a senior producer with Venables Bell & Partners Advertising in San Francisco, Emily Moore knows firsthand what it takes to bring a TV ad for the Super Bowl from concept to production.
February 8, 2011
Joshua Hayden, '99Leadership scholar builds on his firm Jepson School foundation
Jepson School of Leadership Studies graduate goes on to earn an Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership and Policy and teach at the college level.
Ashley Miles, '11Internships 2010: Alumni connection offers political fundraising experience
Alumni connection offered student political fundraising experience. This is one of a series of articles about Jepson School of Leadership Studies students' 2010 summer internships.
Amy TreonisIn the classroom and across the world, biology professor teaches hands-on learning
As a professor in the Department of Biology, Amy Treonis encourages her students to learn by doing — in the classroom, the lab, and across the world.
February 7, 2011
David Freeman, '05Alum inspires new outlook on fitness
David Freeman, ’05, recently returned to campus to lead a weight-training class. He also shared his experience starting a personal training business.
Jepson Colloquium 2011'Leadership and Global Justice' focus of fifth Jepson Colloquium
The fifth Jepson Colloquium, held Jan. 28-29 at the University of Richmond, brought together scholars from around the world to discuss topics related to leadership and global justice.
Immigration Assistance ProjectPro bono clinic lets students use language skills and gain legal experience
Law students use their language skills and gain valuable legal experience with the pro bono Immigrant Assistance Project, a partnership between University of Richmond School of Law, Williams Mullen law firm, and the Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.