THE JEPSONLEADERSHIPFORUM2017-18SINCE 1992, THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND JEPSON SCHOOL OF LEADERSHIP STUDIES HAS EXPLOREDhow visionary leaders bring people together and drive change. The 25th anniversary Jepson LeadershipForum invites you to explore your own vision. Join us as we confront some of the most critical and divisiveissues facing our world today-from wealth and social inequality to terrorism-and learn to analyze yourinformation, express your opinions, and even change your mind.JEPSONSchoolof Leadership StudiesJAN. 29SEPT. 18USING ECONOMICSTO SOLVE RACIALINEQUALITYRoland G. Fryer Jr. I4:30 PM. Robert D. Putnam 17 PM.OUR KIDS:THE AMERICANDREAM IN CRISISOCT. 19TALKING OTERRORISTSRukmini Callimachi 17 PM. Jessica Valenti 7 P.M.FEB. 21WHY FEMINISM(STILL) MATTERSALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.Online registration is required and opens threeweeks prior to each event.NOV. 16LISTENING ASLEADERSHIPDennis Whittle 17 P.M.MAR. 28REFRAMING HOWWE THINK ABOUTDIVISIVE ISSUESJulia Galef 17 P.M.Visit jepson.richmond.edu/forum or call[804] 287-6522 for more information.#jepsonforumSTYLEWith special thanks to media sponsor STYLE Weekdy,Richmonds alternative for news,arts, oulture, and opinion

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THE JEPSON LEADERSHIP FORUM 2017-18 SINCE 1992, THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND JEPSON SCHOOL OF LEADERSHIP STUDIES HAS EXPLORED how visionary leaders bring people together and drive change. The 25th anniversary Jepson Leadership Forum invites you to explore your own vision. Join us as we confront some of the most critical and divisive issues facing our world today-from wealth and social inequality to terrorism-and learn to analyze your information, express your opinions, and even change your mind. JEPSON Schoolof Leadership Studies JAN. 29 SEPT. 18 USING ECONOMICS TO SOLVE RACIAL INEQUALITY Roland G. Fryer Jr. I4:30 PM. Robert D. Putnam 17 PM. OUR KIDS: THE AMERICAN DREAM IN CRISIS OCT. 19 TALKING O TERRORISTS Rukmini Callimachi 17 PM. Jessica Valenti 7 P.M. FEB. 21 WHY FEMINISM (STILL) MATTERS ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Online registration is required and opens three weeks prior to each event. NOV. 16 LISTENING AS LEADERSHIP Dennis Whittle 17 P.M. MAR. 28 REFRAMING HOW WE THINK ABOUT DIVISIVE ISSUES Julia Galef 17 P.M. Visit jepson.richmond.edu/forum or call [804] 287-6522 for more information. #jepsonforum STYLE With special thanks to media sponsor STYLE Weekdy, Richmonds alternative for news,arts, oulture, and opinion

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