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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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News and Updates

  • von Rueden published

    Christopher von Rueden, associate professor of leadership studies, published "Making and Unmaking Egalitarianism in Small-Scale Human Societies" in Current Opinion Psychology.

  • Hoyt published

    Crystal Hoyt, professor of leadership studies and psychology, co-published "A Growth Mindset Intervention: Enhancing Students' Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy and Career Development," in the journal Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice

  • von Rueden published

    Christopher von Rueden, associate professor of leadership studies, co-published "The Dynamics of Men's Cooperation and Social Status in a Small-Scale Society" in The Proceedings of the Royal Society B

     

  • Hoyt published

    Dr. Crystal Hoyt, professor of leadership studies and psychology, co-published with three other researchers "Mindsets of Addiction: Implications for Treatment Intentions" in the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology

  • Hoyt published

    Dr. Crystal Hoyt, professor of leadership studies and psychology, co-published with five other researchers "A Growth Mind-Set Intervention Improves Interest but Not Academic Performance in the Field of Computer Science," in Social Psychological and Personality Science

  • Bezio Article

    Kristin Bezio, associate professor of leadership studies, recently published the article “‘Munday I Sweare Shalbee a Hollidaye’: The Politics of Anthony Munday, from Anti-Catholic Spy to Civic Pageanteer (1579-1630)” in the journal Études Anglaises. 

  • Williamson keynotes conference

    Dr. Thad Williamson of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies gave the keynote address at the Political Philosophy Conference, "Equality and Democracy in Local and City Government," in York, England, on Jan. 7, 2019. An associate professor of leadership studies and philosophy, politics, economics and law, Williamson has both academic and practical expertise in local and city government. 

  • Hayter appointed to History and Culture Commission

    Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney appointed Julian Hayter, associate professor of leadership studies, to his new nine-member History and Culture Commission.

  • Lee named to Leadership Council

    Dr. Lauranett Lee, visiting lecturer of leadership studies, was named a charter member of the St. John's Church Foundation Leadership Council.

  • Health Ethics

    Jess Flanigan is a professor of leadership studies and philosophy, politics, economics, and law. Her research addresses public health ethics, and people’s rights in regards to healthcare decisions. She is the author of Pharmaceutical Freedom: Why Patients Have a Right to Self-Medicate and is currently exploring the ethics of healthcare decisions regarding pregnancy and birth.

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University of Richmond, VA 23173

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Phone: (804) 289-8008
Fax: (804) 287-6062
Email: jepson@richmond.edu