Equal parts adviser, mentor, admission coach and office manager, Jeannine Fields takes care of all things in admission for the McIntire School of Commerce.
McIntire School of Commerce
Some of the nation’s top investors recently visited the McIntire School of Commerce and talked about their business, and also about what makes them feel fulfilled in life.
Co-sponsored by U.Va.’s Contemplative Sciences Center, the symposium’s theme is “Investing in Markets, Society and Ourselves: Views from Investment Masters.”
University of Virginia administration presented a draft four-year University funding plan to the Board of Visitors’ Finance Committee on Wednesday. The proposed plan includes a new tuition and fee strategy that calls for modest increases in base tuition for each of the next four years, coupled with differential tuition rates.
Science has the tremendous potential to help solve some of the most urgent challenges facing the world today, DuPont CEO tells U.Va. audience.
U.Va.’s undergraduate business school is the only program to be ranked either first or second in the eight years that Businessweek has ranked undergraduate programs.
The reality of being a global corporation, market-driven science and engineering and the role training plays in those fields, megatrends shaping business strategy, such as the world’s growing need for food and renewable energy – these are all topics DuPont’s CEO will address in her Q&A-style lecture March 27.
The i.Lab will soon be serving all 11 U.Va. schools and the local community.
Research provides a solid path to learning, and U.Va. undergraduates will be taking that path this summer, pursuing knowledge in laboratories, libraries and in the field, delving into science, engineering and the humanities.
Several professors offer insight on the run-up in the stock market despite recent developments that might make one expect a decline.