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January 10, 2017
Research at Reedy Creek
Biology students use research to help solve a Richmond city issue
Biology professor Amy Treonis teaches the importance of objectivity in science research
January 9, 2017
Dr. Maria Esperanza Casullo
Q&A with Maria Esperanza Casullo
As the 2016–17 Zuzana Simoniova Cmelikova Visiting Scholar in Leadership and Ethics, Dr. Maria Esperanza Casullo is taking a break from her role as associate professor at the Universidad Nacional de Río Negro in Argentina and spending time conducting research and teaching at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies.
December 16, 2016
Students Lend a Hand on Immigrants' Legal Journeys
Clinic connects students with immigrant community
When juvenile immigrants enter the United States to join family members, they face a host of obstacles. Students in the Richmond Law Children’s Defense Clinic are helping them navigate legal challenges.
December 15, 2016
Dr. Joanne Ciulla
Jepson School honors one of its founding faculty members
In December, the Jepson School honored Ciulla, who will launch the next stage of her career in spring 2017, with its Jepson School Award for Leadership & Service.
December 14, 2016
Izzy Pezzulo, '18
Junior adds ethnographic documentary to her artistry toolbox
After a month on a farm in India, Izzy Pezzulo, ’18, created a sensory documentary to capture the experience.
December 6, 2016
"A luminary of the leadership profession"
Dr. Gill Robinson Hickman receives the Leadership Legacy Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Leadership Association
The ILA honored Hickman with the lifetime achievement award during its 2016 global conference in Atlanta, Ga.
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