Julian Hayter, a historian and assistant professor of leadership studies, is quoted in an article about our willingness to forgive political leaders.
Hayek on Mill: The Mill-Taylor Friendship and Other Writings by Friedrich Hayek, edited by Sandra Peart, was reviewed in The New York Review of Books.
Former U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese III will give a public lecture on “The Post-Ferguson World: The Challenges of Police and Community,” March 24, at 4:30 p.m. at the University of Richmond, Jepson Alumni Center.
Questions addressed a wide array of topics in business and professional ethics, personal relationships, and social and political affairs.
The University of Richmond’s Robins School of Business and Jepson School of Leadership Studies will host Gary B. Moore, president and COO of Cisco, as the next Robins Executive Speaker Series guest. Moore will share insights into his more than 40-year-long career as a global technology leader during an event on Feb. 19, 6-7 p.m. in Queally Hall, Ukrop Auditorium.
Terry L. Price, professor and sr. associate dean for academic affairs, discusses leadership ethics and voter decisions.
Christopher von Rueden, assistant professor of leadership studies, shares how low social status can negatively affect health.
The John Marshall International Center for the Study of Statesmanship will host several experts in the coming months who will share their views on preserving individual freedoms, self-interest and leading from behind.
Suze E. Wilson, lecturer at the School of Management at Massey University in New Zealand, is the 2014 recipient for her research on how ideas about leadership develop.
Chris von Rueden, assistant professor of leadership studies, is quoted in an article highlighting research on the health risks of low social status.