In eight years since arriving in the U.S., Marco Segura has climbed from an ESL class in Northern Virginia to being a U.Va. student leader on the brink of graduate school in California, but not before a trek through Spain – making friends all along the way.
A public forum will get down to business with several Darden faculty members and Chinese and international business leaders.
U.Va. is expanding its presence in China – home of the world’s fastest-growing economy and the University’s largest group of international students – by hiring a director in Shanghai.
The Global Career Community, a LinkedIn site, aims to help student and alumni job-seekers make contacts and learn about the ins and outs of the international employment scene.
U.Va. will help state community colleges develop non-Western international humanities content, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Transitions in the Arab world won’t be quick and easy, but that does not mean the revolutions have failed, say five U.Va. experts with insight into the events there.
Students, administrators and members of the Board of Visitors talked big concepts at intimate Jeffersonian dinners Friday, the first such gatherings to be held.
U.Va. is offering short-term language instruction in Mandarin and French.
A panel of top scholars will convene Tuesday at U.Va. to discuss the violent reverberations of the Arab Spring.
U.Va. is deepening its ties in China, affirming President Teresa A. Sullivan’s commitment to growing educational and research partnerships in the region.