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June 30, 2010
Katie Gilstrap, MBA '05
Staying Connected: Career, Education, Community and Entrepreneurial Ventures
A career that started at age 16 leads to success and new entrepreneurial ventures
June 29, 2010
Religion professor researches Buddhist goddesses of Tibet
With a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the religion department's Miranda Shaw has spent the last year on sabbatical finishing the book’s companion, Buddhist Goddesses of Tibet and Nepal.
June 28, 2010
New mentoring program connects undergraduate and non-traditional students
Through the SCS/Undergrad Connections program, continuing studies and undergraduate students have a new opportunity to share their expertise — whether it's about life on or beyond campus.
Breaking it Down
Students develop URot to reduce campus food waste, teach composting practices
URot, a student-run composting project, helps educate the campus community in sustainable practices while reducing students' impact on landfills.
Chris Steele, L'11
International internship is next step in law student's path to diplomacy career
Almost a decade after he first traveled to Romania as a 19-year-old missionary, Chris Steele, L’11, returns this summer to intern with McGuireWoods Consulting in Bucharest.
June 24, 2010
Jade-Evette Strachan, '13
International student promotes opportunity and equality in campus and local communities
Jade-Evette Strachan, ’13, is accustomed to discussing gender associations and stereotypes with her peers. Last semester, she mixed things up a little when she facilitated those discussions for a preschool class at the William Byrd Community House.
Natalia Sanders, '10
Starting Out: Richmond graduate widens her skill set as a consultant with Deloitte in D.C.
Like many Jepson School graduates, Natalia Sanders is starting out in consulting. She'll be with Deloitte Consulting in their Washington office.
Summer Institute 2010
Leading economists present new research on role of markets, rules, and institutions
Top scholars and students from around the world gathered at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies for the 11th annual Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought. The conference was co-directed by Jepson dean Sandra J. Peart.
June 22, 2010
Jepson Forum 2009-10: Amnesty International's leader says poverty is a human rights issue.
Poverty is a complex human rights crisis, Secretary General of Amnesty International Irene Khan told The Jepson Leadership Forum Oct. 23, 2009.
Jepson Forum 2009-10: The Individual and Society and What John Stuart Mill Would Think
Consultant Richard Reeves spoke on liberalists’ obligation to the common good as perceived by John Stuart Mill, one of the greatest public intellectuals in British history, at the The Jepson Leadership Forum Sept. 16, 2009.