The Jepson School of Leadership Studies is beginning a project to create a new space for leadership ethics in Jepson Hall. The renovated space will include a new state of the art classroom, 4 new offices, and a small conference room.

“At a time when division abounds, this renovation reflects our commitment to empowering students to adjudicate competing moral claims, assume positions of ethical leadership, and live purposeful lives,” says Jepson Dean Sandra J. Peart.

The project is part of an ongoing initiative to capitalize on the University of Richmond’s strength in the field of ethics. In the Jepson School, Leadership Ethics is the capstone course.

The renovated space is anticipated to be open in the Spring 2019 semester.

Dean, E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Professorship in Leadership Studies
Ethics and Economics
Leadership Ethics
History of Economic Thought
History of Political Economy
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