A new website compiling the opinions, publications and speeches of Judge Neil Gorsuch’s career on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals is launching just in time for hearings on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. more >
Jason Bordainick’s first startup, founded at UVA, is now a national company. His new project, Hudson Valley Property Group, hopes to transform how affordable housing units are financed and renovated. more >
In business and at home, today’s world is fast-paced, with challenges that can be relentless. But marketing professor David Mick says there are pillars and practices of wisdom for slowing down and cultivating well-being. more >
They started out brainstorming ideas at their kitchen table. Two years later, designer Mollie Burch and businesswoman Taylor Richardson realized Burch’s dream of starting her own fashion line. more >
The former UVA football star talked with students in Peter Debaere’s “Global Economics of Water” course about his nonprofit, Waterboys, and his commitment to bringing clean drinking water to rural communities in East Africa. more >
Liya Yu, a lecturer who specializes in combining political philosophy and neuroscience, explains how involuntary brain functions impact our politics – and how we can use that information to improve political discourse. more >
On Wednesday, the Center for Politics will kick off its yearlong “JFK100” celebration with an exhibit featuring nearly 80 unreleased photos of President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. more >
According to research by Darden School of Business professor Robert F. Bruner, most presidents since World War II have been decidedly optimistic, often more so than the culture or media of their time. more >