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
Aarti Reddy spent her summer working with an Indian social enterprise organization to develop and execute a plan to install toilets in the slums of Pune, India.
In the Law School’s first-ever internship in Ghana, students test their knowledge of human rights law and advocacy, while gaining a better understanding of America’s legal system.
While translating compositions in Bali this summer, ethnomusicologist Andy McGraw discovered how the everyday sounds of Balinese life could influence his teaching.
Lisa Cheney, student government president, came to SPCS through the Institute on Philanthropy and remains engaged and involved in the life of the School.
Priya Bhanderi put her interpersonal skills to good use with a summer internship for a consulting firm.
Esteban Hernandez founded his own company this summer after realizing a gap in the market when his parents both broke their iPhones.