UVa Darden School Welcomes Dean Designate Scott C Beardsley U.Va. Darden School Welcomes Dean Designate Scott C. Beardsley 2015-01-22 Faculty, students, staff and alumni welcomed Scott C. Beardsley, the ninth dean of the University of Virginia Darden School of Business. by Carlos Santos.... Read More.
UVa Darden School of Business Announces Spring C Suite Level Speakers U.Va. Darden School of Business Announces Spring C-Suite Level Speakers 2015-01-16 The University of Virginia Darden School of Business today announced its spring 2015 Leadership Speaker Series lineup. The University of V.... Read More.
UVa Darden Schools Batten Institute Partners With Miller Center on Report That Seeks to Unleash Job Creating Power of Entrepreneurship U.Va. Darden School's Batten Institute Partners With Miller Center on Report That Seeks to Unleash Job-Creating Power of Entrepreneurship 2015-01-15 The University o.... Read More.
Scott Beardsley Named Next Dean of University of Virginia Darden School of Business Scott Beardsley Named Next Dean of University of Virginia Darden School of Business 2015-01-08 The University of Virginia announced today that Scott C. Beardsley has been selected as the ninth dean of the University.... Read More.
UVa Darden School Students First to Study the New Cuba U.Va. Darden School Students First to Study the New Cuba 2015-01-07 University of Virginia Darden School of Business Professor Greg Fairchild is traveling in Cuba this week with over two dozen MBA students. by Carlos Santos Unive.... Read More.
Becker’s Hospital Review has honored the University of Virginia Department of Neurosurgery and the UVA Spine Center at UVA Medical Center on its 2014 list of 100 hospitals with great neurosurgery and spine programs.
The programs named to the list "offer remarkable spine and neurosurgical care as based on clinical accolades and...Read More
Becker’s Hospital Review recognized the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Virginia Medical Center on its 2014 list of 125 Hospitals and Health Systems with Great Orthopedic Programs.
A pilot study led by a University of Virginia School of Medicine researcher suggests that tampons could help detect ovarian cancer.
“Gynecologic malignancies such as cervical cancer can be detected at early stages through regular Pap smears, but similar screening is not available for ovarian cancer, which often presents in an advanced stage when the cancer has spread,” said the study’s principal...Read More
To help University of Virginia Health System care providers take full advantage of technology to enhance patient care, UVA has named its first chief medical information officer (CMIO).
Michael A. Williams, MD, FAAP, comes to UVA from North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System in New York, where he has served since March 2012 as the first regional CMIO for four hospitals in the 16-hospital system. Williams also served as the first CMIO at the Medical Center of Central Georgia...Read More
Matthew M. Madden, a 2007 graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, recently argued and won a unanimous ruling in his first case before the U.S. Supreme Court..... Read More.
Professor Risa Goluboff discusses Marbury v. Madison and the creation of judicial review in a mock constitutional law/civil rights class held for admitted students..... Read More.
Deirdre Enright, director of the Innocence Project at the UVA School of Law, discusses opportunities for students in the for-credit and pro bono clinics during an admitted students open house..... Read More.
Professor Josh Bowers and UVA Law students talk about the Program in Law and Public Service during an admitted students open house..... Read More.
Thanks to the efforts of the Innocence Project at the University of Virginia School of Law and a group of alumni, state courts must consider illegally suppressed, exculpatory evidence, no matter when it is uncovered..... Read More.
Parents are often concerned about whether their child will be ready for the transition to kindergarten. They often focus on whether children have acquired skills such as learning the alphabet, writing their name and being able to count to 20.
But it turns out that those aren’t...Read More
Tracking the journey of a book across Grounds
Classes have ended and Grounds have cleared out; it’s time for breezy summer reading. We asked U.Va. faculty and staff members who spend their days surrounded by books what they like to read when they take a break from academia.
How do you turn any child into a reader? U.Va. psychology professor Daniel Willingham thinks he knows how.
Willingham, best-selling author of Why Don’t Students Like School?, has recently published Raising Kids Who Read: What Parents and Teachers Can Do. The...Read More
A Tour of McCormick Observatory