Elizabeth Baughan’s classics students present an end-of-semester banquet honoring ancient Greek and Roman traditions.
Three seniors combined their talents to fund a computer training school in Ilesa, Nigeria.
Rhetoric and communication studies professor turned his passion for cartography into an award-winning dissertation and his first book.
Journalism grad Carlo Dellaverson, ’06, worked his way up NBC to land a role as digital producer and news editor.
"I had no idea how significantly the school would impact my career choice and life goals."
“Having the deep foundation and understanding of leadership, motivation and ethics provided by the Jepson School makes it possible to lead in any context.”
Community partnerships between faculty and area organizations benefit both the classroom and the community.
Jonathan Zur, ’03, works to promote tolerance and diversity as president and CEO of the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities. He is the recipient of the Jepson School's Tenth Year Reunion Recognition Award.
“Currently, I work with Fortune 100 companies, nonprofit organizations and higher education institutions to identify and select leaders."
With teaching as her passport, Kaali’s professional journey takes her abroad to some of the most exciting cities in the world