Public policy professor and part-time Hong Kong resident Harry Harding explains the ongoing protests in Hong Kong and what they could mean for China and the U.S.
Looking for a good book to read on vacation and before classes begin? Check out these suggestions from faculty members and alumni at the School of Law.
McIntire School of Commerce graduate Ryan Ho’s Singapore-based events company has an impressive client roster and an even more intriguing list of activities, from bubble soccer to archery to something called “saber tag.”
Through a new web app that connects brands to everyday consumers over a cause, UVA students Aneesh Dhawan and Victor Layne are helping fellow students across the country raise money.
On stage, more than 90 of the nation’s most influential political minds gathered last week at UVA to facilitate a dialogue around the office of the president. Behind the scenes, we took their portraits.
Almost 100 speakers gathered on Grounds over three days to discuss the modern American presidency. Clinton – one of only five men living who knows the office firsthand – provided a rousing conclusion.
Combined with matching funds, the gift delivers $82 million in total impact. That includes the $68 million new gift and $14 million in matching funds from UVA’s Bicentennial Professors Fund.
Students like Katherine Huiskes have helped power this week’s Presidential Ideas Festival, hosted by UVA’s Miller Center. Huiskes came to UVA from Oregon because of the University’s strength in history and politics.