Dr. Thad Williamson is the author of a report by the Richmond mayor’s anti-poverty commission that identifies ways city leaders can tackle poverty.
Samantha Van Putten, ’13, will take her international business experiences in Kenya and Thailand to a D.C. consulting firm after graduation
Top leadership scholars from around the world came to the Jepson School in February to discuss the future of leadership studies.
Diego Leal, ’15, moved from debating human rights issues to becoming a human rights practitioner during a summer internship focused on conservation and indigenous communities in the Amazon.
A new Jepson School program helps to prepare students for professional success and life after college.
A photo taken by Jack Mahoney, '14, is the winning entry for the Jepson School's study abroad photo contest.
School of Law welcomes Andrew Spalding, Assistant Professor of Law
"The Jepson degree has centered me in the values prescribed in Jepson Hall even while my career has taken me around the globe."
The SPCS Paralegal Studies program taught Justin Haskins, C’10, to be “a force for good in the world,” inspiring him to pursue impressive academic, professional and humanitarian careers.
Kristen Muncan works as an assistant with the Robins School of Business communications and events team to promote all that's happening in the business school.