After news broke that Volkswagen cheated on emissions tests, Darden professor Luann Lynch and two students wrote a case study examining the automaker’s ethical breakdown and how future business leaders could prevent similar problems.
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September 09, 2016
September 01, 2016
Some areas of the state rank among the globe’s highest-risk areas for sea-level rise over the next century. UVA faculty members are working to prepare these coastal communities for the environmental, economic and social threats they could face.
August 31, 2016
Over the next few months, UVA Today will bring you a series of profiles of women and men who have recently joined the faculty in schools and units across Grounds.
August 31, 2016
Sydney Collins and Margo Smith, director of UVA’s Kluge Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection, were the only American representatives at a historic gathering of Aboriginal artists and international art museums.
August 29, 2016
Cian’s research explains how road signs can improve reaction time or why ads showing emotions on the bottom half of the screen perform better. With a new lab at UVA’s business school, he’s helping students unlock secrets of the human mind.
August 26, 2016
Founded by UVA alumni and employees, Random Row Brewing Co.’s claim to fame is transparency. The brewing operation is located right in the taproom and beers are tapped directly from the large stainless steel tanks.
August 24, 2016
During his 30-year career with the National Park Service, UVA landscape architecture professor Benjamin Howland planned and preserved some of America’s most iconic sites, from White House gardens to Cape Cod’s seascapes.
August 17, 2016
Decades after leading the fight for diversity as UVA undergraduates, Tina Paikeday and Mauricio Velásquez are still at it, promoting multiculturalism on Grounds and in some of the nation’s most prominent workplaces.
August 12, 2016
Can Ed Deng’s data-driven diabetes management app change the way we treat one of the world’s most common chronic illnesses? Many users – and major investment firms like China’s Alibaba – believe so.
August 11, 2016
Catholic theologian Nichole Flores discusses how Pope Francis’ latest foray into social justice issues could change the role of women in a religious institution that, formally at least, has always been led by men.