Constitutional historian Kent Newmyer will discuss "The Lost World of John Marshall."
Gary L. McDowell, a professor in the University of Richmond's Jepson School of Leadership Studies, writes about the legacy and leadership of Margaret Thatcher.
Václav Klaus, the former president of the Czech Republic, will speak about challenges of the 2008-09 financial crisis April 12, 5:30 p.m., at University of Richmond’s Camp Concert Hall.
The talk, "Two Kinds of Leadership – Out Front and Behind the Scenes," is free and open to the public.
A New York Times article discusses research by Sandra Peart, dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies.
Thad Williamson, associate professor of leadership studies and philosophy, politics, economics and law, writes about civic engagement. He teaches courses such as Justice and Civil Society in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies.
The program will feature the leadership journeys of women in the judiciary, the military and the private sector.
Tickets are free and can be reserved by calling the Modlin Center Box Office at (804) 289-8980.
Thad Williamson is associate professor of leadership studies and philosophy, politics, economics and law (PPEL). He serves on the mayor's Anti-Poverty Commission and on the Richmond Regional Economic Development Strategy Committee.
John Wu, grandson of the first Chinese student at the University of Richmond, will visit the university Feb. 18. At a 5 p.m. program, E. Bruce Heilman, university chancellor, will discuss Wu’s journey from imprisonment to factory worker, to University of Richmond graduate and executive of a $50 billion Chinese conglomerate.