Holland was recently appointed president of Afghanistan’s most prestigious university after more than a decade of work restoring higher education across the country.
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June 22, 2017
Carson, who produced a 34-song rap album for his dissertation, hopes his work will inspire conversation not just about hip-hop, but also the racial tension and violence America continues to grapple with.
June 21, 2017
Commerce professor Steven L. Johnson and his co-authors studied 71 project teams at a major tech firm. What they found could help managers in any industry structure project teams to improve productivity, team morale and client satisfaction.
June 20, 2017
Coming together after UVA student Otto Warmbier’s death on Monday, the University honored a young man friends described as warm, loving and full of life, someone who loved people, adventure and quirky thrift store finds.
June 19, 2017
Writer and photographer Heather Mason wrote her first blog post seven years ago, when she left her 9-to-5 job to move to South Africa. Today, her blog is her career, taking her to some of the world’s most interesting and exotic destinations.
June 16, 2017
UVA’s new M.S. in Global Commerce program celebrated its first graduates: 58 students from 14 countries who studied across three continents, earning two master’s degrees and a certificate in international management.
June 13, 2017
UVA School of Architecture students are joining an alumna researching Sulgrave Manor, a stately home in Northamptonshire, England that was built by George Washington’s five-times great grandfather and remained in the family for about 100 years.
June 08, 2017
The recent graduate made two dreams come true at UVA. He earned an elite ranking to set himself up for a professional golf career, and he graduated from the McIntire School of Commerce – the top-ranked program that drew him to UVA.
June 02, 2017
UVA public policy and economics professor William Shobe relies on data-driven economics to analyze the impact of the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris climate change accord.
June 02, 2017
Associate biomedical engineering professor Kimberly Kelly wowed judges at UVA’s Galant Challenge with her startup’s ambitious plan for a new cancer treatment that has already shown very promising results.