The Miller Center runs America’s longest-running nonpartisan presidential oral history program, collecting records from every White House from Gerald Ford to Barack Obama. See excerpts from their latest release on George W. Bush.
Former Virginia Gov. Gerald Baliles, who led UVA’s Miller Center from 2006 to 2014 and graduated from the School of Law, died Tuesday after a four-year battle with cancer.
Architecture Ph.D. student Matthew Slaats is one of the project’s leaders, after leading similar efforts in New York and working for five years to bring participatory budgeting to Virginia. See how it works.
“Fishing With Dynamite” will premiere Sunday at the Virginia Film Festival. Bobby Parmar hopes its message will change the way business is done in Silicon Valley, on Wall Street and beyond.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver headlined a Friday forum, discussing the current controversy in China, the NBA’s expansion worldwide and the importance of purpose-driven business.
Darden professor Raj Venkatesan has published a case on the evolving dynamic between Netflix and Disney Plus, which debuts next month. See what he thinks will happen.
Sean Martin closely examines the leadership styles of former NBA greats Kobe Bryant and Tim Duncan in his MBA classes.
Siva Vaidhyanathan says there are no easy answers to the ongoing debate between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and the U.S. government over encryption, which has greater stakes than you may know.