One U.Va. economist raises the alarm about how climate variations impact India’s most vulnerable people.
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June 11, 2015
Greg Godbout, a master’s candidate at U.Va. and the new chief technology officer of the EPA, is leading a federal tech transformation after successfully launching an in-house innovation hub that feels more Bay Area than Beltway.
June 10, 2015
John McLaren’s study reveals that, contrary to popular belief, immigrants increase local jobs and real wages for American workers, acting as a “shot in the arm” for local economies.
June 09, 2015
Roots Natural Kitchen, founded by four U.Va. young alumni, offers a healthy option on the Corner with a portion of the proceeds donated to fitness and nutrition programs at U.Va.’s Children’s Hospital.
June 08, 2015
U.Va. religious studies professor Benjamin Ray uses digital mapping techniques to more accurately reveal the origins of the infamous Salem Witch Trials in his new book, “Satan and Salem.”
June 05, 2015
A U.Va. economist works to minimize waste and maximize satisfaction in an algorithm that directs millions of lives each year.
June 01, 2015
The intensive six-week course will prepare 25 third-year students to tackle challenges they see within the University over the next two years.
May 28, 2015
At the Darden School of Business and the McIntire School of Commerce, students make the investing decisions normally delegated to the University’s endowment manager.
May 26, 2015
Seventeen years ago, a young Karissa Nanetta witnessed the combustible despair of poverty as riots raged outside her home in Jakarta, Indonesia during the 1998 Asian financial crisis.
May 21, 2015
During his tenure, Robert F. Bruner has earned a reputation as a global business education leader, a social media maven and a prolific reader and author.