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Educating students for and about leadership

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A faculty of experts

Faculty serve as resources for national and international media, providing insightful opinions and expert views on leadership and issues of the day

 

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Alumni who lead

Graduates leave Richmond with knowledge of leadership frameworks and with the critical thinking and communication skills that enable them to excel in their chosen careers

 

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An Informed Community

Nationally and internationally known visitors and speakers from wide-ranging backgrounds build a community dialogue around leadership

 

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COVID-19 Coronavirus Information & Updates

The University will resume in-person instruction on Jan. 19. For an interdisciplinary overview of the coronavirus pandemic, visit our Jepson School faculty expertise page. University COVID-19 information, updates, and resources are available here.

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The 2021-2022 Jepson Leadership Forum invites scholars, activists, and experts to discuss the moral, ethical, and legal implications of global migration and asylum. Join us as we explore how leaders and communities navigate the economic, social, and cultural transformations of a world with – and without – borders and walls.

The 2021-2022 Jepson Leadership Forum invites scholars, activists, and experts to discuss the moral, ethical, and legal implications of global migration and asylum. Join us as we explore how leaders and communities navigate the economic, social, and cultural transformations of a world with – and without – borders and walls..

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The Gary L. McDowell Institute hosts speakers who examine and discuss the problems and prospects of leadership, constitutionalism, political economy, politics, and ethical reasoning.

The Gary L. McDowell Institute hosts speakers who examine and discuss the problems and prospects of leadership, constitutionalism, political economy, politics, and ethical reasoning.

Jepson Alumni Voices

Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement and Inclusion Initiatives, College of William & Mary Watch Video
Consultant, Bain & Company Watch Video
Senior Product Manager, Accolade, Inc. Watch Video
International Program Manager, United States Department of Defense Watch Video
Attorney and Judge Advocate, United States Navy Watch Video
Attorney and President, Asurest Watch Video
Pediatric Oncology Nurse Practitioner, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Watch Video
Third-year medical student, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University Watch Video
Director of Global Philanthropy, Global Citizen Watch Video

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Scholars & Practitioners

  • Wilkins Published

    David Wilkins, professor of leadership studies, co-authored the chapter "Indigenous Peoples in the USA: At the Crossroads of Race and Sovereignty in Trump’s Divided States of America" in the book "Legal Status of Indigenous Peoples in Russia and Foreign Countries."

  • Henley Published

    Lauren Henley, assistant professor of leadership studies, published "The Richest Black Girl in America" in Truly Adventurous. 

  • Forsyth Published

    Donelson Forsyth, professor of leadership studies, published "Moral relativists resist health mandates during the COVID-19 pandemic" in Personality and Individual Differences.      

  • Ruscio Published

    Kenneth P. Ruscio, senior distinguished lecturer of leadership studies, published the op-ed "Coming of Political Age in the Trump Era" in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. 

  • Peart Published

    Sandra Peart, dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, published the op-ed "Public Speech and Democracy" in History News Network. 

  • Price Published

    Terry Price, professor of leadership studies, published the chapter "Charismatic Leadership, Ethics, and Politics" in The Routledge International Handbook on Charisma.

  • Flanigan Published

    Jessica Flanigan, associate professor of leadership studies and PPEL, published "The Ethics of Prenatal Injury" in the Journal of Moral Philosophy

  • Hoyt Published

    Crystal Hoyt, professor of leadership studies and psychology, published the op-ed "COVID-19 exposes U.S.' dire need for more working-class politicians" in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. 

  • Flanigan Published

    Jessica Flanigan, associate professor of leadership studies and PPEL, publshed "The Rawlsian Mirror of Justice" in Philosophy and Public Issues. 

  • Coetsee Published

    Marilie Coetsee, assistant professor of leadership studies, published "The Phenomenal Appreciation of Reasons (Or: How Not to Be a Psychopath)" in Oxford Studies in Metaethics, Volume 15. 

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