Five UVA experts in politics and history share what to watch for – or not – in James Comey’s televised testimony and its aftermath. more >
UVA public policy and economics professor William Shobe relies on data-driven economics to analyze the impact of the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris climate change accord. more >
Last week, the UVA Career Center completed its first-ever UVA D.C. Business Lab, connecting non-business students with companies and alumni in the nation’s capital. more >
Gaelle Mawadjou Tchokoua, a recent graduate of the Darden School of Business, reflects on how her MBA experience gave her the courage to speak up and the skills to seek a career that will make an impact in Central Africa. more >
UVA’s Darden School of Business has launched the Business Innovation and Climate Change Initiative, exploring how business leaders can promote innovation and lead the global fight against climate change. more >
“I was a student in many ways of Zbig’s,” former President Jimmy Carter said as part of an oral history compiled at the Miller Center. Brzezinski, who served an eventful term as Carter’s national security adviser, died Friday at age 89. more >
The new rankings place the McIntire School of Commerce program at No. 2 – and tops in the U.S. – among similar programs worldwide, based on career success, educational opportunities, potential to network and more. more >
As John F. Kennedy’s 100th birthday approaches this Memorial Day, the Miller Center’s director of presidential studies, Barbara Perry, shares how the Kennedy matriarch shaped the 35th president of the United States. more >