Richmond Law hosts another Supreme Court justice, offering insight and advice about the Court and a career in law.
"I can say with complete certainty that I would not be where I am today without the incredible foundation of a degree in leadership studies. My Jepson School experience has opened doors for me at every turn."
Natalie Omattage, '12, a biochemistry and molecular biology major, completed research to solve the protein structure of the enzyme responsible for DNA replication at the Argonne National Laboratory.
Altria recently renewed its support of the Department of Education's MSI: Richmond program with a three-year, $1.2 million grant.
Lauren Lumsden, ’05, graduated with a degree in journalism and headed to New York for an editorial job, but instead found herself in PR pitching stories on doughnuts.
This summer will be Elizabeth Baughan’s fourth time taking students on a seven-week trip to Turkey to work on an excavation project in partnership with Bilkent University.
Geography professor David Salisbury has developed a relationship with the indigenous people of the Peruvian Amazon—a relationship he was able to share with National Geographic magazine last summer.
"The Jepson principles of service to society, social justice and leadership development are lived out every day here. Group dynamics, ethics and situational leadership regularly come into play as we collaborate and partner with various individuals and entities."
As the first director of LGBTQ life at UR, Ted Lewis is bringing together campus and community to build relationships and start conversations.
The School of Law's Summer Stipend program offers students opportunity to work in public interest jobs