Kyle Redinger joined forces with another U.Va. alum to develop tools for companies to better understand the ‘big data’ they are accumulating at an exponential rate.
Darden School of Business
A public forum will get down to business with several Darden faculty members and Chinese and international business leaders.
Water is seeping into the Darden curriculum, as students and faculty examine water as a resource and a potential market, and its vital role to the world of commerce.
The center will bring academics and business leaders together to “explore the full spectrum of asset classes, including equities, fixed income, cash, currency, real estate, infrastructure, hedge funds and private equity.”
Five U.Va. students will be honored Saturday by former President Bill Clinton and will take home $10,000 for winning a nationwide competition to educate college students about the federal debt.
The i.Lab will soon be serving all 11 U.Va. schools and the local community.
From case studies and “cold calls” to career panels, dozens of area teens were exposed to the world of a graduate business student.
A simple ceramic water purification tablet invented at U.Va. that can disinfect water simply by resting in a vessel where water is poured will be introduced Friday during a celebration event.
Darden's prisoner entrepreneurship program unlocks inmates' potential for a productive life beyond bars.
Two complementary ideas for location-based social messaging took home the top two prizes at U.Va.’s Future of Social Messaging Concept Competition.