2017 GEMBA Students on India Residency

The 2017 Darden Global MBA for Executives cohort is finishing up their India residency this week after a full schedule of courses, company visits, and cultural experiences. In addition to their courses, the GEMBA students enjoyed receptions with alumni and prospective students in India as well as visits with local and global business leaders. 

Visiting Scholar From Denmark: Kristian Nielsen

Darden School

Kristian Nielsen is an associate professor at Aalborg University in Denmark, where he earned his MSc. in Macroeconomics and Economic Policy in 2007. He attended a workshop at Darden and was motivated and inspired to to embark into the world of business research thereafter. 

Batten Alumnus Writes on Global Food Security

Batten School

Zach Blackburn, a UVA alumni, serves in the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs at the U.S. Department of State. He served on a rotation at Embassy Dakar last fall and now writes about his experiences at northern Senegal. 

Q&A: Average People Can Make A Difference On Global Changes

University at Large

Thomas Bateman, a professor of management in the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce, offers insight into leadership strategies that are not only effective, but required when facing big, complex issues like climate change.

In the Spotlight

Damien Shen: On The Fabric Of The Ngarrindjeri Body

This is an exhibition of drawings, prints and photographs by Australian Aboriginal artist Damien Shen (Ngarrindjeri, Chinese). It is from September 9 at 10:00 AM to December 18 at 5:00 PM. These works tell the story of the hallowed Aboriginal body and its desecration when colonial scientists stole Aboriginal remains to collect them for research. Click here to learn more about it.