The board passed a resolution officially electing the outgoing president as “president emerita” and commending her leadership and contributions to the University during her eight years in office.
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June 08, 2018
Todd Sechser specializes in nuclear security issues and coercive diplomacy; Brantly Womack focuses on power dynamics between large and small countries. See what they have to say about the historic summit.
June 06, 2018
Robert Spekman, a professor emeritus at UVA’s Darden School of Business, continued teaching for nearly 20 years after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at age 48. His new book tells the story of that difficult journey.
June 05, 2018
Already, the writer, journalist and collector has acquired an edition of “Sense and Sensibility” signed by Jane Austen’s best friend, a first edition by the first black female novelist published in South Africa, and much more.
June 04, 2018
A recent gift from 2017 alumna Gloria Felicia honored 92-year-old Patricia Earle – the only woman in the McIntire School of Commerce Class of 1946 and the school’s oldest living alumna. This is her story.
May 24, 2018
The Darden School of Business professor will support a partnership with the Inova Health System and oversee programs offered by Darden, the McIntire School of Commerce and the School of Professional Studies, among others.
May 21, 2018
Two ’Hoos made guest appearances at the royal wedding – at least one alumnus in person among the celebrity-studded crowd, and one professor in the powerful sermon delivered by his good friend, American Bishop Michael Curry.
May 19, 2018
Even a misty rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of Saturday’s graduates as the University’s largest school – the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences – celebrated Final Exercises.
May 11, 2018
Marianne Kubik’s students spent the semester earning a national certification in stage combat and mastering the art of creating fight scenes that are both utterly believable and entirely safe.
May 09, 2018
UVA economist Jonathan Colmer found that the ability of non-agricultural sectors like manufacturing to absorb workers can help manage the economic consequences of agricultural productivity shocks in India.