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Dr. John W. Rosenblum

University of Virginia Dean

Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond

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Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond

Background Information

Employment History

Incumbent Director

Cone Mills Corporation

Affiliations

Dean Emeritus
Darden

Board Member
GMO LLC

Board Member
Civil War Gifts

Trustee
Farnsworth Art Museum

Board Member
The American Civil War Center

Trustee
Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation Inc

Board Member
Atlantic Challenge

Member, Board of Trustees
The Nature Conservancy

Trustee
Landmark Volunteers

Board Member
Providence Journal

Trustee
Charlottesville & University Symphony Orchestra

Board Member
The Apprenticeshop

Board Member
Chesapeake Corporation

Board Member
Thomas Rutherfoord Companies

Trustee
Tredegar National Civil War Center

Board Member
Cadmus Communications Corporation

Management Consultant and Dean Emeritus, Darden Graduate School of Business Administration
University of Virginia

Education

A.B.

Mathematics and Economics

Brown University

M.B.A.

Harvard University

Ph.D.

Web References (59 Total References)


EnVision Leadership — Our Team

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John Rosenblum, D.B.A. Dean Emeritus, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia Dean, Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond, 1996 - 2000


GMO LLC - Board of Directors

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John Rosenblum Dr. Rosenblum is a member of the GMO Board. Previously, he was the dean of Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond. Prior to that, he taught at the Harvard Business School and was dean of the Darden School at the University of Virginia. Dr. Rosenblum earned his A.B. in Mathematics and Economics from Brown University and his M.B.A. and D.B.A. from Harvard University.


Leadership Network - Prior Speakers

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Dr. John Rosenblum Jepson School of Leadership, University of Richmond


The Apprenticeshop : Community : Who We Are : Board of Trustees

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John Rosenblum, Chair John is Dean Emeritus of the Darden School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia. John began his academic career at the Harvard Business School and was Dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond after his tenure at the Darden School. He currently serves on the board of directors of Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo and Company (GMO). In addition, John is a trustee for a number of nonprofit organizations including Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation Inc., American Civil War Center, The Farnsworth Art Museum and Maine Media Workshops. John has an A.B. degree from Brown University, an MBA and a DBA from Harvard University. He lives in Crozet, Virginia with his wife Carolyn.


News Archives | Maine Media

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Submissions are now being accepted for the 2010 Gucci Tribeca Documentrary Fund, and Sloan Filmmaker Fund, offered through the Tribeca Film Institute.

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Photo Credit: Brenton Hamilton's Redrawn is a platinum print with gum overwashPhotographic process has gone through one metamorphosis after another since 1839.
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However, almost every one of the 19th Century historic processes has its modern day afficionado.
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Artists include Maine Media faculty Brenton Hamilton, Christopher James, John Goodman, Cig Harvey and Sean Harris.
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The 2010 print catalog mails in February.
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"We're proud to be honored this way, to win a Clio is to win big, but there were so many people inside and outside of Post Office Editorial who made this happen."
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Stephen Huyler's new 30-minute film, Sonabai: Another Way of Seeing, received the Milagro Award for Best Short Film at the prestigious Santa Fe Film Festival December 5.
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David Wright shot much of the film's footage in India in 2004.
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"The other 37 short films in the festival were so very good that I honestly did not think our film had a chance," said Huyler.
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"I am completely surprised and thrilled about this award."
A DVD of the film and other small shorts is included in Huyler's newest book, also titled Sonabai: Another Way of Seeing.
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Photography master faculty Tillman Crane's fourth collection of images focuses on the Jordan River in Utah. One of the few north-flowing rivers in the United States, the Jordan is approximately fifty miles long and runs from the outlet of Utah Lake to the Great Salt Lake across three counties and through fifteen different communities.
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Published in November 2009 by Sterling & Hurst Editions it was designed by Harrah Lord of YellowHouse Studio, both of Maine. A limited run of five hundred copies of A Walk Along The Jordan has been printed and as with Odin Stone and Touchstones, each copy is individually signed and numbered.
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The book is available for purchase at www.tillmancrane.com or by contacting tillman@tillmancrane.com or calling 207.230.0199.
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Categories for PDN's annual photography competition, which awards over $20,000 in prizes in 2010, include Advertising, Magazine/Editorial, Photo Books, Photojournalism, Corporate Design, Personal Work, Stock Photography, Web Sites, and Student Work.
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Categories for PDN's annual photography competition, which awards over $20,000 in prizes in 2010, include Advertising, Magazine/Editorial, Photo Books, Photojournalism, Corporate Design, Personal Work, Stock Photography, Web Sites, and Student Work.
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The winners and their work will be featured in the May 2010 issue of PDN and on pdnonline.com.
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Start Planning for Summer at MaineMedia.edu December 11, 2009
Workshops listings for the 2010 summer and fall season are being added to the Maine Media website daily. Be the first to register for your dream workshop! We plan to have the full schedule online before December 24. The print catalog mails in February 2010. Registrations for Winter & Spring courses are well under way. Offerings are available year-round - you just need to decide which is your favorite season to be in Maine!
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Steven, who teaches Camera and Visual Storytelling at the Workshops, won an ASC Award for outstanding achievement in cinematography in 2002.
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The students return at the beginning of January to begin their second trimester of work. All will continue with project work, with photo students branching off into electives such as studio lighting and large format photography, and Multimedia students advancing into multimedia publishing and graphic design work. The still photographers also have the opportunity to work with their multimedia peers in a new course offering Multimedia Collaboration.
MaineMedia.edu Launches, Thanks to Capital Campaign
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Over time, I look forward to our website becoming the go-to resource for media artists worldwide."
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Workshops Alumna Joins Board
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photo by Richard CurtisA graduate of Colorado College with a degree in Hispanic Studies, Emma traveled to Tanzania to volunteer at a day care and an orphanage.
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During her three months working as a volunteer, Emma recalls, "I realized the amazing access I had with the villagers I was living with and captured their lives with my camera. I was granted access into someone's life that a regular tourist would not experience."
Upon returning from Tanzania, she decided to expand her love of photography with serious study. She enrolled as a student in the Summer Residency program at the Workshops, immersing herself in a 12-week intensive course of photo classes.
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The book features 100 photographs taken by Workshops 2009 alumni.
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Thanks go out to our generous donors on behalf of the Workshops staff and board, our thousands of alumni through the world, and the next students to share the magic of a Workshops experience!
Film School Alum Wins at Williamstown Fest November 9, 2009
Workshops '08 alum, Cole Christine, recently got the call many emerging filmmakers hope for: Steve Lawson, Executive Director of the Williamstown Film Festival phoned to let him know that the film Cole had written and directed at Maine Media while a student in a Four-week Film School workshop, Brian's Life, had one the festival Student Shorts category.
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Cole, a freshman at Vermont's Bennington College, and who will be back in Rockport this winter for a Workshops internship, had this to say in a recent message: "I'm so excited for this and wanted to let everyone at the workshops who helped me get to this point know about this event!"
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After receiving my MA in photography from the University of Wisconsin in 1979, I opened a photography gallery in Kansas City.
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I closed its doors so that I could return to my true love: making my own pictures. I dusted off my Hassleblad when I turned forty, started working again and never looked back.
Fifteen years, many workshops, a couple of books and some exhibitions later, I am happy to announce the publication of Kutuuka.
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It is a book that grew out of the Maine Media workshop I took in 2006 with Thatcher Hullerman Cook: Photographing World Relief Efforts in Uganda.
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During the workshop I spent close to three weeks shooting at orphanages in Uganda.
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When I returned home, I decided to do something to help the children I'd met and photographed.
Within a couple of months, I started a non-profit organization called Change the Truth. We raise money and awareness for and about the orphans living in Uganda, specifically at St. Mary Kevin Orphanage in Kajjansi.
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All proceeds go directly to provide school fees, food and medical care for the children at St. Mary Kevin Orphanage.
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The multimedia program has expanded to include One Man Band, Adobe After Effects for Multimedia, and Sounds Good!.
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Board Chair John Claussen (right) welcomes new Board member John Rosenblum John is Dean Emeritus of the Darden School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia.
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John began his academic career at the Harvard Business School and was Dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond after his tenure at the Darden School.
He currently serves on the board of directors of Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo and Company and is a trustee for a number of nonprofit organizations including the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Inc., the American Civil War Center in Virginia and both the Farnsworth Art Museum and Atlantic Challenge in Rockland, Maine.
"I am honored to have been asked to join the Workshops community. The passion and creativity that pervade this wonderful learning environment are inspiring," says Rosenblum of his recent election, "I look forward to helping the organization realize its extraordinary potential."
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Pressman recently directed Come Back Little Sheba on Broadway, and has been directing episodes of Weeds, Law and Order, and Damages.
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Says Pressman of his election to the board, "I've watched the school's transition over the past three years.
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I'm pleased to be participating in the next stage of growth for the school."
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The annual Lucie Awards are set for Monday October 19 at the Alice Truly Hall, Lincoln Center in New Y

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