Julian Hayter, an assistant professor and historian in the University of Richmond's Jepson School of Leadership Studies, writes about Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy 50 years after King's "I Have a Dream" speech.
A traveling exhibition, "Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War," will be on display at University of Richmond Downtown Oct. 9-Nov. 13. Events associated with the exhibition will include public lectures and a panel discussion.
Crystal Hoyt, an associate professor of leadership studies and psychology in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, and Stefanie Simon, '07, conducted an experiment to see how women were influenced by various role models.
Thad Williamson, an associate professor of leadership studies and philosophy, politics, economics and law in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, was named co-chair of the Maggie L. Walker Initiative for Expanding Opportunity and Fighting Poverty in Richmond.
Research by George R. Goethals, a professor of leadership studies in the Jepson School, and Scott Allison, a professor of psychology in the School of Arts & Sciences, explains why people root for underdogs.
Julian Hayter, an assistant professor and historian in the University of Richmond's Jepson School of Leadership Studies, writes about vote dilution and racial progress in Richmond.
John McAuliff, a University of Richmond rising senior from Irvington, N.Y., has been selected for a summer internship at the White House, where he is working in the Office of Communications.
The Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC) has awarded a Maurice L. Mednick Memorial Grant to Dejun “Tony” Kong, assistant professor of leadership studies and management at the University of Richmond.
The award recognizes exemplary qualities of professional or scholarly achievement, or community or public service.
Constitutional historian Kent Newmyer will discuss "The Lost World of John Marshall."