Feature Stories

June 17, 2013
Zach DeAngelo, '06Alumnus enjoys providing healthy, organic children's food at the rapidly expanding and innovative Little Duck Organics

Even though Zach DeAngelo does not have children of his own yet, his life revolves around kids.

June 13, 2013
My Jepson Story: Alexandra Taylor Wiles, '12 Internship leads to unexpected job offer with nonprofit organization

"I was anxious to take the first offer I received, but something always held me back. I said “no” four times. In this economy."

June 12, 2013
Lisa Auster-Gussman '13Psychology major conducts summer research on weight-based discrimination
Senior’s interest in human behavior led to research on weight-based discrimination.
June 10, 2013
Ancient Greek and Roman BanquetStudents experience a celebration similar to those held in ancient Greece and Rome
Elizabeth Baughan’s classics students present an end-of-semester banquet honoring ancient Greek and Roman traditions.
June 7, 2013
COS NigeriaThree seniors work to build computer literacy in Nigeria
Three seniors combined their talents to fund a computer training school in Ilesa, Nigeria.
Tim BarneyProfessor's love of maps leads to a specialty in visual rhetoric
Rhetoric and communication studies professor turned his passion for cartography into an award-winning dissertation and his first book.
June 6, 2013
Carlo Dellaverson, '06 Journalism grad writes, produces, and breaks news online for NBC News

Journalism grad Carlo Dellaverson, ’06, worked his way up NBC to land a role as digital producer and news editor.

My Jepson Story: Kelsey Sherman, '12Jepson internship and fellowship gave alumna an opportunity to explore a career in medicine and consider a different path in life
"I had no idea how significantly the school would impact my career choice and life goals."
June 4, 2013
My Jepson Story: Matt Zemon, '94CEO uses principles taught at Jepson to empower individuals to achieve their best

“Having the deep foundation and understanding of leadership, motivation and ethics provided by the Jepson School makes it possible to lead in any context.”

May 30, 2013
Escaping the Ivory TowerUR professors engage with communities as citizens and academics

Community partnerships between faculty and area organizations benefit both the classroom and the community.