Darden Executive Education to Offer Its First Fully Online Course Darden Executive Education to Offer Its First Fully Online Course 2014-07-30 For the first time, the University of Virginia Darden School of Business will offer an Executive Education course entirely online. by Abena Foreman-Tri.... Read More.
UVa Darden School MBA Project Creates New Social Venture in Tunisia U.Va. Darden School MBA Project Creates New Social Venture in Tunisia 2014-07-24 What began as a student-led project at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business has turned into a startup. What began as a student-led.... Read More.
UVa Darden School Professors New Marketing Analytics Book Helps Managers Predict Business Outcomes U.Va. Darden School Professors' New Marketing Analytics Book Helps Managers Predict Business Outcomes 2014-07-24 In the new world of "big data" marketers must sift through mountains of information to d.... Read More.
UVa Darden School of Business Welcomes Three New Faculty Members U.Va. Darden School of Business Welcomes Three New Faculty Members 2014-07-15 The University of Virginia Darden School of Business has announced three new faculty members, who will join the Global Economies and Markets, Leadership and.... Read More.
UVa Darden School of Business Names Scott Snell Senior Associate Dean for Darden Executive Education Programs U.Va. Darden School of Business Names Scott Snell Senior Associate Dean for Darden Executive Education Programs 2014-07-10 The University of Virginia Darden School of Business and the Darden.... Read More.
The medical Internet is not here yet, but the widespread availability of electronic medical records (EMRs) and enhanced data storage capabilities are pushing it closer to reality. As now envisioned, this new cyberspace destination would place a wealth of aggregated, de-identified patient care information at the fingertips of healthcare providers, enabling them to better diagnose and treat patients, especially those who have critical, rare or complex conditions.
Giving providers easy...Read More
A new antibiotic being developed at the University of Virginia School of Medicine to combat the dangerous C. difficile superbug also appears effective against a wide array of other pathogens, including the Helicobacter pylori bacterium, a new study suggests. With antibiotic resistance a growing concern – and an alarming shortage of new antibiotics in development – the drug is notable because it works in a way that prevents microbes from becoming resistant...Read More
A $253,330 federal grant will enable the University of Virginia Center for Telehealth to more easily connect UVA doctors with frail, seriously ill patients at nine locations in Central Virginia.
The grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will connect medical specialists through secure videoconferencing links with patients at senior centers, rehabilitation...Read More
The University of Virginia will offer a new dual-degree option, the J.D.-M.D., starting this fall..... Read More.
University of Virginia law professor Kerry Abrams explores how immigration and citizenship law decides who receives rights of parentage in her new paper, "Immigration's Family Values," which was co-authored with 2012 UVA Law graduate Kent Piacenti and published this month in the Virginia Law Review..... Read More.
The University of Virginia School of Law recently completed its 2013-14 annual giving campaign and, thanks in part to the generosity of a record 9,172 alumni donors, raised $17.3 million in total gift revenue..... Read More.
Sarah Davies, a 1991 graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, joined UVA Law this month as assistant dean for student affairs..... Read More.
Each year at the University of Virginia School of Law, more than a dozen professors put their unique stamp on the course Seminar in Ethical Values, which is structured around popular books, films and even simulations in order to spark discussion about lawyers' ethical and moral responsibilities. The one-credit seminars are typically taught in the professors' homes or other informal settings, and resemble a book or film club, but are focused on a particular theme..... Read More.
After the Virginia baseball’s team’s heartbreaking loss to Vanderbilt in the final game of the College World Series by just one run, many Wahoos asked the question: "What are the chances that would have happened?"
U.Va. statistics professor Amber Tomas and Ph.D. student Paul Diver provide some answers. The pair dug into the numbers, and what they found shows both how much of a longshot this year’s baseball Cavs really were to win it all—and the very small chance that a one-run loss would have decided it.
Tomas and Diver based their numbers in...Read More
It was a memorable year for U.Va. sports: the men’s and women’s soccer teams came close to winning NCAA titles; the men’s basketball team took home the 2014 ACC Tournament title and advanced to the Sweeet 16 in the NCAA Tournament; the baseball team made it all the way to the College World Series Finals in Omaha, Nebraska; and tennis player Danielle Collins became the first player in school history to win the women's NCAA Singles Championship. All of these moments and more contributed to a No. 4 finish in the Directors’ Cup, a competition that measures the...Read More
J. Roy Vorhauer (Educ '67, '77) worked for 27 years as teacher, coach, principal, and professor, trying throughout his career to improve race relations in schools. At U.Va. he was influenced by Professors James Bash and Nathan Johnson, who founded the...Read More