Jepson School of Leadership Studies Feature Stories

Visiting scholar researches ethics of immigration
Jepson School visiting scholar brings an international perspective to the ethics of immigration
September 13, 2021
Cultivating honest conversations in the workplace
Capital One VP promotes a healthy company culture and leadership development through dialogue
August 27, 2021
Hoyt receives Distinguished Scholarship Award
The University of Richmond presents social psychologist and leadership studies scholar Crystal L. Hoyt with the Distinguished Scholarship Award
August 17, 2021
Leadership in the Amazon
Anthropologist connects leadership research to a program that nurtures future Indigenous leaders
July 26, 2021
Research & Innovation
Loosening COVID-19 restrictions may ramp up social anxiety
As society finds its way back to normal, a UR leadership studies professor and social psychologist says crankiness may be a result – at least for a bit. 
July 12, 2021
Working to help others work
Goodwill VP raises funds to support workforce development for people with challenges to employment
June 25, 2021
Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist awarded Pulitzer Prize
2019-20 Jepson School leader-in-residence honored for his commentary calling for the removal of Confederate monuments
June 21, 2021
Fighting to end modern-day slavery

Alumnus leads efforts to combat human trafficking in the Thai fishing industry

June 15, 2021
New Law and Leadership Professor to Join University of Richmond
Richmond Law and the Jepson School of Leadership Studies are pleased to welcome Vincent Chiao to the faculty starting in fall 2022.
May 19, 2021
Leading a tech startup
President of technology company drives social and economic innovation
May 5, 2021
India Henderson, '21
Richmond Scholar explores race, class, and power through theatre and leadership studies
May 4, 2021
Casey Friedman, '21
Science leadership scholar researches the ethics of crafting technology policy
April 20, 2021
Keeley Harris, '21
Jepson Scholar will continue her exploration of the connection between leadership and religion in a master's program at Oxford