The Virginia Holocaust Museum in downtown Richmond provides a framework for a conversation about helping fellow students in distress.
Class projects usually end when the grades are handed out. For Kirsten McKinney, GC’15, that was just the beginning.
Student road trips serve as the capstone for a semester spent studying the evolving role of the road and cars in popular culture.
SSIR participants study how technology affects cognition and behavior and use their knowledge to assist others.
Leadership studies professor Christopher von Rueden is spending two months in the Bolivian Amazon to study status hierarchy and leadership in a small-scale society.
It’s no secret that UR is known for its beauty. From the overflowing beds of red and white tulips to the nearly spotless grounds, “beautiful campus” hardly does it justice.
Mike Blodgett, ’14, plans to put his leadership and public speaking skills to work in Cambodia as a volunteer with the Peace Corps.
A new portrait hanging in Jepson Hall honors the benefactors of the nation’s first undergraduate school of leadership studies.
Rare access to Aboriginal Australian tribal lands while studying abroad opens door to deep cultural learning for leadership studies major.
When Steve Allred arrived as provost in 2008, he helped chart a new course for the UR academic experience. At the conclusion of his term, he reflects on the changes and talks about his next steps.