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Student Works to Preserve South Asian and Middle Eastern History

University at Large

Art history graduate student Murad Mumtaz is one of a handful of artists worldwide still practicing the art of Indian miniature painting.

Second-Year Student Receives Inaugural Hannah Graham Memorial Award

Awards and Scholarships

Claire Romaine will provide valuable data in the development of interventions to reduce gastric cancer in Rwanda.

U.Va.-Inspired Group Purifies Water Around the World

University at Large

MadiDrop PBC, a firm that produces water purifying tablets, has opened administrative offices and a small production facility in Charlottesville.

Engineering Alum Brings Innovation to the World Series

School of Engineering

Chris Marinak is using computer engineering and programming to use replay technologies that will make calls during the World Series.

McIntire to Offer M.S. Degree on Three Continents

McIntire School

The School of Commerce has agreed to partner with ESADE School of Business in Barcelona, Spain, and Lingnan (University) College at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China.

U.Va. Announces Major New Award for Global Leadership

University at Large

The Edward R. Stettinius Jr. Prize for Global Leadership is named for the former U.Va. student who went on to become Secretary of State and became the first U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

Stay Tuned to the Vibrant International Activities at Darden with the Global Voices Blog

Darden School

Meet Vivek Mehta who interned with the Boston Consulting Group out of their Singapore office this summer.

 

Medical Student Connects with the Rwandan Health Ministry

School of Medicine

U.Va. student Anish Hegde is working alongside Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, a faculty member at Harvard and head of the Health Department of Rwanda.

CNN Nominates Darden Alumnus as a 2015 Hero

Darden School

Sean Gobin (EMBA ’14) served in Iraq and Afghanistan, and has founded the "Warrior Hike" program to help veterans decompress by hiking the Appalachian trail.

Ambassador Series Offers Students a Global Perspective

Center for Politics

Inspired by Thomas Jefferson’s service as ambassador to France, the Center for Politics sponsors visits by international diplomats on Grounds each year. Britain’s Peter Westmacott spoke Friday morning.

Ambassador Series Offers Students a Global Perspective

College of Arts and Sciences

Inspired by UVA founder Thomas Jefferson’s service as ambassador to France, the Center for Politics sponsors visits by international diplomats on Grounds each year.

Engineers Work to Purify Clean Drinking Water

School of Engineering

Geoffrey M. Geise, a Chemical Engineering professor, is studying polymer membranes to simplify water desalination and improve global access to clean water.

The U.S. in Cameroon: Why Expand Now?

College of Arts and Sciences

John Owen responds to how President Obama's increase in 300 troops to Cameroon will impact the fight against global terrorism.

Rodger Briney and Caroline Bauserman

Mentoring Program Pairs Students and Alumni Around the Globe

University at Large

The Virginia Alumni Mentoring program has connected U.Va. alumni scattered around the world with current students to form advising relationships.

Darden Rises to No. 2 in the World

Darden School

The Economist released its annual global ranking of the top 100 full-time international MBA programs and named U.Va.’s Darden School of Business No. 2 in the world.

Trailing the Next President's Foreign Policy

Miller Center

The U.Va. Miller Center is launching a two-year project devoted to the next president’s make-or-break first year, tracking U.S. foreign policy during this inaugural year.

U.Va. Hires New "Global Markets" Faculty

University at Large

In the last two years, the University has hired 481 new faculty members in all categories, many with global experience and expertise.

Batten School Dean Studies Global Leadership Trends

Batten School

Allan Stam is the co-author of a new book that studies chief executives from 1870 to the early 2000s - about 2,500 chief executives worldwide - to study why leaders fight and other leadership dillemas.

Darden’s Widespread Reach Across India

Darden School

The Darden School held MBA Admissions events 7,000+ miles away from the Darden campus in cities such as New Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai.

Dominican-born Professor Joins McIntire School

McIntire School

Kisha Lashley, who grew up in the Caribbean, studies how businesses’ reputations are made and broken, using examples from the medical marijuana industry.

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