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The Jepson School of Leadership Studies celebrates 25 years

The nation's first undergraduate school of leadership marks its 25th anniversary by celebrating The Jepson Vision for Ethical Leaders.

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  • von Rueden published

    Christopher von Rueden, associate professor of leadership studies, co-authored "From genes to minds to cultures: Evolutionary approaches to leadership" published in The Leadership Quarterly. 

  • von Rueden published

    Christopher von Rueden, associate professor of leadership studies, co-authored "Mother's social status is associated with child health in a horticulturalist population," published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.  

  • Flanigan and student receive grant

    Jessica Flanigan, associate professor of leadership studies and politics, philosophy, economics, and law, and UR student Alec Greven received a $3,500 grant from the Institute of Humane Studies to develop the "Open Inquiry Toolkit" to promote free speech on college campuses. 

  • Bezio publishes book

    Dr. Kristin Bezio, associate professor of leadership studies, co-edited with leadership studies professor George Goethals the book Leadership, Populism, and Resistance, published by Edward Elgar. 

  • Goethals publishes book

    Dr. George Goethals, professor of leadership studies, co-edited with leadership studies associate professor Kristin Bezio the book Leadership, Populism, and Resistance, published by Edward Elgar. 

  • Hoyt published

    Crystal Hoyt, professor of leadership studies and psychology, co-published "Public health messages and weight-related beliefs: Implications for well-being and stigma" in Frontiers in Psychology. 

  • Hoyt published

    Crystal Hoyt, professor of leadership studies and psychology, co-published the chapter "Efficacy and growth mindsets buffer against identity threat for women in leadership positions" in the book "Women's Leadership Journeys." 

  • Hidalgo published

    Javier Hidalgo, associate professor of leadership studies, published "The Ethics of Resisting Immigration Law" in Philosophy Compass. 

  • Hoyt published

    Crystal Hoyt, professor of leadership studies and psychology, co-published "Growth Mindsets of Alcoholism Buffer against Deleterious Effects of Drinking Identity on Problem Drinking over Time" in Alchoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 

  • Flanigan publishes book

    Jessica Flanigan, associate professor of leadership studies and PPEL, co-authored the book "Debating Sex Work," published by Oxford University Press in November 2019. 

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