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August 24, 2016
Book talk with VCU's Genevieve Siegel-Hawley on October 20 to focus on the relationship between schooling and housing policy
Please mark your calendars for October 20 and join us on campus for an event co-sponsored by the Center for Educational Leadership and Graduate Education — a discussion with Dr. Genevieve Siegel Hawley on her new book, When the Fences Come Down: Twenty-First-Century Lessons from Metropolitan School Desegregation.
August 22, 2016
Dr. Crystal Hoyt
A Q&A with the Jepson School's new associate dean for academic affairs
Dr. Crystal Hoyt, who stepped into the role of associate dean for academic affairs at the Jepson School, is known for her dedication to research and teaching and for inspiring enthusiasm in her students.
August 18, 2016
Top 10 areas of professional development interest in local school divisions
Whether you are in the Teacher Licensure Preparation program, the Curriculum & Instruction M.Ed. program, or the Educational Leadership & Policy Studies graduate programs, it’s important to stay abreast of hot topics among teachers and administrators in our our local school divisions.
A Virginia Supreme Court Experience
Three rising 2Ls intern for Chief Staff Attorney
Students put writing skills to use in Virginia Supreme Court internships.
August 15, 2016
Yasmine Karam, '17
Senior's Jepson Internship confirms her decision to pursue a career in international development
Yasmine Karam, ’17, draws on her Jepson education to excel in her internship at Roots of Development.
August 5, 2016
Jack Henderson, '17
Jepson student leads summer camp in Cap Haitien, Haiti
During his Jepson Internship at Pittsburgh Kids Foundation, Jack Henderson, ’17, directed an annual summer camp in Haiti.
August 1, 2016
Larry Dumlao, C'09
Air Force veteran and Weekend College graduate discovers his new passion
Larry Dumlao, C’09, used Weekend College as a stepping stone on his way to law school and eventually, foreign service.
Art on Campus
Museum collection brings campus walls to life
Art on Campus programs extends gallery walls to campus offices.
Carly Cahill, '18
Museum fellowship takes student to New York City
Networking with alumni in the art world reveals new career possibilities for Carly Cahill, ’18.