Leadership students put leadership concepts into practice with production of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” featuring junior high students.
The University of Richmond’s Jepson School of Leadership Studies has changed the landscape in leadership studies education.
A new program helps students explain leadership studies to prospective employers.
Carlyn Covington and her classmates in the Children’s Health SSIR spent the year living, studying, and traveling together as they explored the physical, mental, and educational health of children.
Entering first-year students explored bad leadership through the world of Harry Potter in a Roadmap short course.
Dr. Tom Wren, a renowned historian, dedicated teacher and inaugural faculty member of the Jepson School, is retiring after the fall semester.
Shelly Holland, '14, is spending five weeks studying law at Emmanuel College at Cambridge as part of the Jepson at Cambridge program.
Two students are getting an inside look at the Virginia Senate race and learning about leadership from two former governors thanks to their respective internships.
An internship in Tanzania gives Lindsay Hudson, ’14, a chance to experience and practice leadership and healthcare in a different culture.
A summer internship is giving Jordan Grubbs, ’13, an opportunity to work with a nonprofit organization that works to address issues of sustainability.