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October 24, 2016
A Taste of Manufacturing
One of the Robins School of Business's newest professors kicked off the semester with a tasty treat for students.
One of the Robins School of Business’s newest professors kicked off the semester with a tasty treat for students.
October 20, 2016
Annette Schieffelin, '17
Clinical internship gives Jepson senior insight into career path
Annette Schieffelin, ’17, worked with disadvantaged parents and children through her Jepson Internship at Montefiore Medical Center.
October 17, 2016
Liz Nigro, '17
Senior to pursue career in teaching and education policy after exploring education inequities as an undergraduate
Liz Nigro, '17, has explored education inequity through coursework, weekly community service, a study-abroad program, and a summer fellowship.
Prof. Robinson Receives Prestigious Education Law Award
"Disrupting Education Federalism" recognized for scholarly excellence
The Education Law Society awards Richmond Law professor with the Steven S. Goldberg Award for scholarly excellence.
October 14, 2016
Keeping Data Secure
Computer science research lab explores issues of data security
Professor Doug Szajda and his students are working to protect databases from breaches
October 13, 2016
Callie Fiertz, '17
Internship takes Jepson senior behind-the-scenes of Shark After Dark
During her internship, Callie Fiertz, ’17, worked on the development and production of Discovery Channel programs.
October 12, 2016
A Conversation on Voting Rights with Prof. Hank Chambers
A Q&A in advance of the Nov. 8 election
As election day approaches, 2L Allison Tinsey and Prof. Hank Chambers discuss issues surrounding voting rights and the right to vote.
October 6, 2016
Law Journal Explores Opioid Epidemic
Attorney General Herring joins symposium to discuss policy and treatment
Attorney General Mark Herring was the keynote speaker for a Sept. 30 symposium, hosted by the Public Interest Law Review, that invited attendees to discuss education and prevention efforts surrounding Virginia’s opioid and prescription drug epidemic.
Q&A with Haley Harwell
A question and answer session with the Jepson School's newest faculty member
Haley Harwell, assistant professor of leadership studies, speaks about her research, the Jepson School, working with students, and her interest in cooking.
September 28, 2016