Highly Decorated U.S. Ambassador is UVA's New Vice Provost for Global Affairs

Stephen D. Mull, a career U.S. diplomat who served as the lead implementer of the Iran nuclear deal, has been named the University of Virginia’s vice provost for global affairs. Not bad for a man whom, as a 24-year-old diplomatic neophyte, Poland accused of spying for the U.S.

Nancy Lyons Callahan (MBA '84) Followed Family Footsteps into an International Career

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Nancy Callahan (MBA ’84) is the global vice president of strategy and growth for SAP Digital Business Services, which is the services and support arm of German multinational SAP responsible for €15 billion in annual revenue. She spearheads the digital transformation of SAP DBS by evolving, communicating and executing global strategy. Callahan pursued an MBA at Darden because of the School’s emphasis on general management and ethics.

For This 'Meet the Press' Producer, Darden's D.C. Program was a 'No-Brainer'

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When Natalie Cucchiara began considering pursuing an MBA degree, she knew she could not be away from Washington, D.C. for long. Cucchiara is a senior coordinating producer on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” The Sunday morning public affairs program is the longest-running show in television history, with its first broadcast airing in 1947.

Can This Alum's Smartphone App Find the Next NBA Star?

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When NBA stars Jeremy Lin and recent Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Steve Nash and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban invest in your basketball app, you know you are onto something good. Or at least that is what University of Virginia alumnus Alex Wu is hoping. Wu is the chief marketing and strategy officer and founding team member of the Silicon Valley and Hong Kong-based startup NEX Team Inc.

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In My Room: Artists Paint the Interior 1950-Now

Come to The Fralin Museum of Art from May 18, 2018 to September 30, 2018 to see landscape painting. Landscape painting was first seen in the Minoan frescoes of Crete around 1500 B.C. and artists continue to paint indoor spaces throughout the 20th century for various reasons. Click here to learn more about the exhibit.