“From developing a new way to track and respond to citizen concerns at the Department of Justice to managing the logistical details of a high profile legal office at the Department of Homeland Security,” alumna uses skills she learned at Jepson.
Natalia Brzezinski, ’06, navigates work-life balance as the spouse of a U.S. ambassador and establishes her identity as an advocate for women in a global society.
Eric Cox, SPCS student, combines academic research and writing with digital storytelling to produce a research-driven public service announcement: “Do you have what it takes to be a fireman?”
Unable to attend his own 1978 Commencement, his mailed diploma never arrived. At a ceremony preceding the 2013 School of Professional & Continuing Studies Commencement Exercises, Edgar W. Ford, Jr., received his long-delayed diploma.
During UR's Salsa Mania, music professor Mike Davison and S.Y.O.T.O.S. bandleader Chris Washburne discuss how Latin influences have shaped modern American jazz and pop music.
In his 2013 SPCS Commencement address, President Ayers examines capacity and power the School offers the University.
Tom Winfree, C’77, discusses the value of SPCS alumni to the Richmond workforce in his 2013 Commencement address.
Gerald Quirk, C’74, uses personal experience to remind graduates of the value of their University of Richmond degree.
Robert S. Jepson Jr., the visionary founder of the Jepson School, delivered the keynote address at Finale, the School’s senior recognition ceremony.
A fortuitous phone call resulted in students conducting leadership assessments for local organizations.