Gerald Quirk, C’74, uses personal experience to remind graduates of the value of their University of Richmond degree.
Robert S. Jepson Jr., the visionary founder of the Jepson School, delivered the keynote address at Finale, the School’s senior recognition ceremony.
A fortuitous phone call resulted in students conducting leadership assessments for local organizations.
Mark Troemel, GC’13, encourages graduates of the School of Professional & Continuing Studies to allow “passion to work its magic” in their lives.
A passion for leadership and travel brought Djole Hinic, '13, to Richmond from Belgrade, Serbia. A summer research grant gave him an opportunity to study the challenges faced by youth in his home country in the aftermath of the revolution of 2000.
Kylie McCreesh, ’13, will begin a graduate program this fall in intercultural service, leadership and management and then spend 27 months serving with the Peace Corps.
Thanks to ROTC, leadership studies and an internship with a local organization, Josiah Routhier, ’13, feels prepared to embark on a career in the military.
For nine weeks, Zoë Romano, ’09, will run the 2,000-mile route of the Tour de France, clocking in 30 miles a day, in support of World Pediatric Project.
"As an Army officer and trial attorney, I use my Jepson education on a daily basis."
"My constituents benefit every day from the many lessons I learned earning my degree in leadership studies at Jepson."