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December 2, 2016
Alexis Blake, '19
SMART course changes sophomore's career path
After studying antibiotic resistance and HIV, chemistry major Alexis Blake now wants to work on criminal justice reform relating to drugs.
Emerging Leaders of Hanover County
Team-building activities & cooperation foster leadership in young adults
Hanover County Emerging Leaders, a program aimed to develop our next generation of intellectual pioneers, came to campus for a week for some exercises in teamwork, communication and fun.
Anna Ellison, '17
Senior worked on Muslim civil rights issues as government affairs intern
Anna Ellison, ’17, used her background in Arabic and her interest in law to work with CAIR-Chicago, the Council on American Islamic Relations.
November 30, 2016
Allison Watkins, '10
Alumna follows her dreams all the way to Italy
Allison Watkins is finishing her master’s degree at the University of Bologna.
After the Vote
Panel of political experts reflects on the 2016 presidential campaign and election and considering the prospects for governance among the three political branches
To help understand this campaign and consider what the future for governance may be, Dr. Kenneth P. Ruscio, 2016–17 Jepson School leader-in-residence, put together a panel of political scientists for a discussion titled "After the Vote."
November 29, 2016
The Empathy Project
Giving students a fresh perspective on business and education.
Visiting lecturer Fred Talbott took his experience as a former investigative journalist and used it to form a new method of teaching to help business students connect with others.
MBA Professional Development Day
MBA students learn interpersonal skills for the business world.
The MBA students had some fun learning etiquette, networking and client relations skills that cannot be taught in the classroom.
Kyle Benusa, GB'12: Balance in Business
A young alum shares his process on running a business.
Read Benusa's thoughts on joining Shapes Precision Manufacturing and how he dealt with surprises along the way.
November 28, 2016
Not Your Typical Month in the Accounting Department
See what students are up to outside the classroom.
From taking a trip to the movies to competing to find real world solutions for businesses, it's been a busy few weeks for Accounting students and faculty.