UVA Law’s Environmental and Regulatory Law Clinic helped bring the Nature Conservancy and the Nevada Mining Association together to formulate a win-win proposal. more >
Akanksha Prasad’s Falafel Factory chain rode the fast-casual restaurant wave and brought healthy Middle Eastern food to India. Now, she’s ready to learn “how to take a million-dollar idea and convert it to a billion-dollar idea.” more >
Yes, he even made it to Antarctica. Take a look back at Eric Bernath’s spectacular two-year journey, which took him from some of the world’s busiest tourist posts to some of its loneliest backroads, and everywhere in between. more >
Meg Greenhalgh has created a smartphone app that helps consumers make decisions between generic and name-brand products through ingredient comparisons and user reviews. more >
In a new national survey conducted by Ipsos in conjunction with UVA’s Center for Politics, just 51 percent of respondents said elections are “fair and open.” However, there was a significant partisan divide. more >
The Miller Center’s resident Supreme Court expert, Barbara Perry, explains how Kavanaugh’s appointment could change the nation’s highest court and why he is the “perfect candidate” for Republicans hoping for quick confirmation in the Senate. more >
If anyone would know, it’s Philip Zelikow. The history professor and veteran diplomat has been involved in policy and talks with North Korea repeatedly over the last 25 years and worked on German reunification efforts in 1990. He traveled to South Korea last week to outline his peace strategy for officials. more >
Check out the unusually fair-minded political podcast from senior Miller Center fellow Mary Kate Cary, a former George H.W. Bush speechwriter, and former Bill Clinton speechwriter Paul Orzulak. more >