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.
Bipartisanship might be hard to come by right now, but new research shows it benefits the bottom line. See how mutual funds jointly managed by Democrats and Republicans fare better – and polarization hurts everyone.
Kimberly Whitler, an assistant professor at UVA’s Darden School of Business, says successful Super Bowl commercials usually have these five characteristics in common.
Alumna Kristina Buddenhagen has wielded C-SPAN cameras during impeachment hearings, directed coverage of Supreme Court nominations, filmed state funerals, and generally seen American history unfold through her lens.
Virginia’s junior senator, who introduced legislation limiting presidential war powers as tensions escalated in the Middle East, said he came to UVA to hear from the one group likely to be most affected by war: young people.
Kim Forde-Mazrui, Mortimer M. Caplin Professor of Law and director of the Center for the Study of Race and Law, discusses how the ERA could affect policies designed to protect women and girls, potential unintended consequences and what happens next.
In 1982, only six of the 32 Supreme Court clerks were women. Half of those came from UVA, sharing experiences that all three agree were life-defining.
Poets & Quants has named an “MBA Professor of the Year” three times, and two of them have been from the Darden School of Business. Meet this year’s honoree, beloved by students for her empathy as much as for her expertise.