The first-of-its kind partnership between the Darden School of Business and the McIntire School of Commerce will prepare graduates to lead in one of the fastest-growing fields in business. more >
Commerce professors David Chapman and Patrick Dennis explain why there is no need to reach for the panic button right now. more >
Danielle Allen discussed her book, “Our Declaration: A Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Defense of Equality,” which was the common reading assignment for students enrolled in the College of Arts & Science’s new curriculum. more >
The overall impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 is still uncertain, according to a pair of veteran tax law experts, with charities generally, including educational institutions, losing out. more >
In 2016, professor James Rubin died suddenly while working on a draft of his book. Just over a year later, thanks to his colleagues at Darden, that first draft is now a published book. more >
See how three new initiatives from the UVA Career Center are helping students connect with, and learn from, top companies in the classroom. more >
William Hitchcock’s latest research explores the political skills and native intelligence of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower and the legacy of his presidency. more >
Following a request from a Peace Corps volunteer, two Darden students began advising startup businesses in Macedonia. Despite cultural differences, they found business to be a universal language. more >