Originally from Afghanistan, Hadya Abdul Satar, ’13, returns to examine the evolving role of women in Afghan society.
A new program helps students explain leadership studies to prospective employers.
"My Jepson experience has given me a strong respect for what it means to be a servant leader regardless of the outside pressures or situation."
Joe Kroger B’80, chose the University of Richmond from its competitors for its football opportunities and never regretted his choice. Now his daughter Megan follows in his footsteps.
Richmond's new Associate Director of Career Services is making his mark on Robins helping business students prepare for their professional life after graduation.
Students of one of Robins' new adjunct professors are learning lessons to help them both in and out of the classroom.
Excerpt from a piece written by Shelley Burns for the University of Richmond’s Career Services blog.
"My Jepson education pushed me to view the world through a lens that prioritizes justice, fairness and leadership, and that colors the way that I interact with others in any situation."
"My Jepson degree has served to instill in me a sense of responsibility for commitment to the success of my teams, companies and institutions. I cannot sit idly by on the sidelines while others carry the burden. Also, it has given me perspective on my own strengths as a leader and how to effectively apply them."
Nabila Rahman’s upcoming year as a Fulbright Scholar is an opportunity for her to come full circle: combining her interest in development studies with her undergraduate interdisciplinary major—politics, philosophy, economics and law.