Each year, UVA football players choose the first teammate to pick a jersey number. This year’s honor went to Reed Kellam, a lifelong UVA fan who has worked his way up from walk-on to scholarship starter.
Tiffany Mickel was inspired to start a company celebrating black role models and entrepreneurship. She co-founded The Heiritage game company, whose first product is a deck of playing cards featuring black female trailblazers.
The U.S. Department of State’s scholarship program supports students in studying or participating in internships abroad, while gaining skills critical to U.S. national security and economic prosperity.
Niketas Koussis built an extraordinary academic record in community college, became one of the top-ranked Best Buy employees nationwide and overcame periods of homelessness. Now, he’s thrilled to be coming to UVA’s McIntire School of Commerce.