With the National Census Day coming up April 1, the University is urging off-Grounds students to fill out a form, even though they may temporarily be living at home.
Robert Bruner, David Smith and David Leblang will discuss the economic consequences of COVID-19 and possible policy responses during a public webinar on Thursday.
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The UVA Center for Politics’ chief said that former Vice President Joe Biden’s resurgence on Tuesday was almost unprecedented, and set up a two-man race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Darden professor Mary Gentile, the creator of a business curriculum for values-driven leadership, examines the Houston Astros’ cheating scandal from a leadership perspective.
Historian Erik Linstrum examines the implications of Great Britain’s separation from the European Union.
Former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and UVA Center for Politics Director Larry Sabato discussed the 2020 election, impeachment, the toll of serving in Congress and more Friday afternoon during a conversation in the Rotunda.
Jonathan Moak completed a master’s degree in business analytics just two weeks before he interviewed for the top financial position in the U.S. Army.