About the Directors

The John Marshall International Center for the Study of Statesmanship is directed by leadership studies professors Gary L. McDowell and Terry L. Price.

Gary L. McDowell Gary L. McDowell
Professor of Leadership Studies
Tyler Haynes Interdisciplinary Professorship in Leadership Studies, Political Science and Law
Room 242 Jepson Hall
Office: (804) 287-6085
E-mail: gmcdowel@richmond.edu

Gary L. McDowell holds a doctorate in government and public affairs. His teaching and research interests are the Constitution, the judiciary, politics, statesmanship, and civil liberties. Previously, he directed the Institute of United States Studies and taught at the University of London. He also served on the Fulbright Commission, and he directed the Office of the bicentennial of the constitution at the National Endowment for the Humanities. Bio

Terry L. PriceTerry L. Price 
Professor of Leadership Studies and Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law
& Sr. Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Room 128 Jepson Hall
Office: (804) 287-6088
: tprice@richmond.edu

Terry L. Price specializes in leadership ethics and moral psychology. A philosopher with grounding in psychology, Dr. Price focuses his teaching and research interests on applied ethics. He studied politics on a John M. Olin Fellowship at the University of Oxford and holds a doctorate in philosophy. He teaches courses in leadership ethics, business ethics, medical ethics, and contemporary moral issues. In addition, he serves as the associate dean for academic affairs at the Jepson School. Bio