International Students Are Each Other's Biggest Advocates

Many international students are stepping up their efforts to bring attention to international students' rights and needs via on-campus clubs, off-campus independent organizations and international student campaigns. And their efforts are paving the way for a better global university experience for prospective international students. Here are some key ways current international students are making a difference. 

 

GEMBA '17 Student Nishal Sodha Reflects on Darden Experience

Darden School

Nishal Sodha, a student in the GEMBA '17 class, is a Kenyan native who currently lives and works in Nairobi, Kenya. Prior to joining the global executive MBA program at Darden, Nishal started Global Hardware Ltd., a hardware supply company based in Nairobi, after working for Maersk Line for nine years. Nishal took some time to share and reflect on his Darden experience. 

Roshini Rajan (Class of 2017) Bridges Cultures Through Global Business and Culture Club Leadership

Darden School

Roshini Rajan, originally from Mysore, India, attended the National Institute of Technology Karnataka, where she earned a Bachelor of Technology degree in 2012. Since enrolling at Darden, Roshini  has prioritized involvement in global academic and extracurricular activities.  She currently serves as President of the Global Business and Culture Club (GBCC), which strives to connect multicultural backgrounds and the diverse experiences of Darden students.

Major Figure in National Security And Oceans Law Chalks 50 Years At UVA

School of Law

John Norton Moore is a towering figure in the realms of national security and oceans policy; his work has explored the boundaries of war and pathways to peace and influenced generations of legal scholars and professionals over 50 years of teaching at the University of Virginia School of Law. He taught the nation’s first course on national security law, and conceived and co-wrote the first casebook on the subject.

In the Spotlight

The Yamuna River Project

The University of Virginia's Yamuna River Project is an inter-disciplinary research project whose objective is to revitalize the ecology of the Yamuna River in New Delhi, thus reconnecting India's capital city back to the water. There is an ongoing exhibit from March 13 to April 14 at Campbell Hall. Click here for more information.

There will also be a Symposium for the Yamuna River Project held April 14 from 10 AM to 12:30 PM in Campbell Hall. To find out  more information,click here