UVa Darden School Announces 2014 Genovese Fellowship Recipients U.Va. Darden School Announces 2014 Genovese Fellowship Recipients 2014-04-23 Gen Izutsu and John Pruitt, First Year full-time MBA students at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, were awarded Genovese Fellowships — one.... Read More.
Darden China Scholarship Reaches 1 Million Milestone Darden China Scholarship Reaches $1 Million Milestone 2014-04-18 More than 115 alumni and friends of the University of Virginia Darden School of Business have contributed to the Darden China Scholarship Fund, which reached the $1 million mark.... Read More.
Darden Dean to Return to Faculty After Two Successful Terms at Helm Darden Dean to Return to Faculty After Two Successful Terms at Helm 2014-04-15 The University of Virginia announced today that Dean Robert F. Bruner will return to the faculty of the Darden School of Business upon the completion of h.... Read More.
UVa Darden School to Host Shanghai Investing Summit 9 May in Shanghai U.Va. Darden School to Host Shanghai Investing Summit 9 May in Shanghai 2014-04-14 Two of the University of Virginia Darden School of Business' research Centers of Excellence, the Center for Global Initiatives and Center for Asset.... Read More.
Darden School Field Elective Gives MBA Students Unprecedented Access to Leaders in Nation's Capital Darden School Field Elective Gives MBA Students Unprecedented Access to Leaders in Nation’s Capital 2014-04-01 What happens when you cross unparalleled access to U.S. congressmen and defense and aeros.... Read More.
The American Heart Association has recognized the quality and safety of UVA’s stroke care with two awards.
UVA received both the Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold-Plus Quality Achievement Award and made the Target: Stroke Honor Roll. The awards represent the highest level of stroke quality recognition offered by the AHA.
“We couldn’t be happier to receive these awards,” said Heather Turner, coordinator of UVA’s stroke program. “A lot of hard work and dedication...Read More
To build biofilms -- the slimy plaques bacteria create to better cling to surfaces, cause disease and resist antibiotics -- they must first release a built-in brake.
Researchers at the School of Medicine have discovered how the breaking of a molecular interaction plays a vital role in the creation of biofilms, a finding that could allow scientists to devise better ways to destroy these bacterial boarding houses. That’s a matter of grave importance, as biofilms allow...
The two species of bacteria are genetically similar – both contagious, both drug resistant, both preying upon people with cystic fibrosis or weakened immune systems – yet they go about their sinister work very differently. There is much to be learned both from how they are alike and how they differ, and so researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have recreated them in electronic form, building an elaborate computer model of each so that scientists can better understand...Read More
The University of Virginia is recognizing UVA Law Professor Greg Mitchell for his classroom efforts this year with an All-University Teaching Award. Mitchell and eight other recipients across Grounds will be honored at a dinner at the Rotunda on Friday..... Read More.
Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, a criminal law theorist with a background as a federal prosecutor, will join the University of Virginia School of Law in the fall as a professor of law..... Read More.
University of Virginia School of Law Professor Richard C. Schragger discussed the limits and possibilities for city power and governance in an April 17 chair lecture marking his appointment as Perre Bowen Professor of Law..... Read More.
Michael Doran, an expert in tax policy and legislative process, will join the University of Virginia School of Law faculty in the fall as a professor of law..... Read More.
Professor Greg Mitchell shared 10 tips for success in his Charge to the Class of 2014 on April 15..... Read More.
James Bell's (Arch '80) latest book tells the 40-year story of Adelaide and Lucien as they enter the uncertainties of the last third of their life. With children raised and successful careers behind them, there are still challenges ahead for this couple. The story begins in New York in 1968 and follows their lengthy relationship as they struggle with love, growing up, identity, marriage, child-rearing,...Read More
Two hundred years ago this month, Thomas Jefferson planted the first seeds of what would become the University of Virginia.
On April 5, 1814, the board of Albemarle Academy appointed Jefferson as a member. The board consisted of a group of local gentry who, for several years, had floundered in their efforts to start a secondary school in Charlottesville.
While Jefferson at the time was claiming he had retired from politics, his selection to the board marked the beginning of one of his greatest political triumphs, says Peter Onuf, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation...Read More
Social media and technology researcher Danah Boyd likes to tell this story as an illustration of the power of mass data gathering:
A couple of years ago, a 16-year-old Minneapolis girl received a mailing advertisement from Target. The ad congratulated her on her pregnancy and suggested she buy some infant care products.
The girl’s father was incensed and chewed out the manager of a local Target store. A few days later, the father called the manager to apologize — his daughter was pregnant, and Target’s corporate marketers and statisticians had found...Read More
In the final two home matches of the season, the No. 5 Virginia men’s tennis team celebrated the careers of its seniors — Alex Domijan, Justin Shane and Ian Uriguen — while clinching its 11th consecutive ACC regular season title and breaking an all-sport ACC record. After tying the record Friday upon defeating No. 32 North Carolina State, the Cavaliers extended the program’s conference win streak to 117 matches Sunday in a 7-0 rout of No. 23 Wake Forest.
The University of Virginia announced today that Robert F. Bruner will return to the faculty of the Darden School of Business upon the completion of his second term as the school’s dean in 2015. During nearly a decade as dean and his previous 23 years of teaching, he has advanced Darden’s presence and stature on the global stage.