An Army Ranger and Rhodes Scholar with an entrepreneurial bent, UVA alumnus Joe Riley is building a military housing business and serves on the National Security Council.
Laura Morgan Roberts, a Darden professor who has advised numerous companies on diversity and inclusion efforts, reflects on a tumultuous summer and how organizations can make good on their good intentions.
The three-part “Dismantling Democracy” series examines democracies and threats to democracies around the world, with interviews with politicians, journalists, faculty and more. Part two airs tonight in Virginia.
Forty-two recent graduates will continue the corps’ mission of working with high school students who might not otherwise think about pursuing higher education.
Freedom of speech, democracy and the motives of one of Hollywood’s biggest players, Disney, are all hot-button topics as the much-anticipated film “Mulan” opens Friday in Chinese theaters.
The new dean discusses the excitement and challenges of her first days at UVA, her hopes for the Commerce School and its students and her own background as the daughter of two first-generation college students.
Vickie Southall, an assistant professor in the School of Nursing, talks about why it’s critical that nurses – on the COVID-19 front lines as children return to classrooms – be on staff at every Virginia school.
Curry professor Michael Lyons served on a statewide task force focused on supporting the social and emotional well-being of students, school staff, families and communities.