Darden's Eastern Philosophy Class Yields 3 Key Insights for Business Leaders

Jay Bourgeois, a professor in the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, believes business students – and professionals – can learn a lot from Eastern philosophy and a course that he teaches regularly, “Strategic Intuition and Eastern Philosophy,” is based on the idea that, if MBA students are going to thrive in a global economy, they need to be aware not only of linear analytics and Western economics, but also aspects of Eastern philosophy.

Lois M. McEntyre (MBA '95) on Global Leadership and Impact

Darden School

Lois McEntyre (MBA ’95) has more than 20 years of leadership experience in the airline, automotive, banking and consulting industries, including three years living and working in Shanghai. During her time leading the Shanghai OnStar customer service organization, McEntyre’s team won multiple awards.

Q&A: Star-Struck Student Recounts the Adventure of a Lifetime

University at Large

Five University of Virginia undergraduate students and their astronomy department mentors traveled to specific locations in remote areas of South Africa and Argentina to watch the star wink out as the shadow of Kuiper Belt Object 2014 MU69 passed by.

Island Dreams: Dominica Offers Ideas and Opportunities for Social Entrepreneurship

Batten School

For budding social entrepreneurs, Dominica provides tremendous opportunities and a full-immersion experience for 13 UVA students gave them insights and exposure through Batten’s second Global Field Experience: Social Entrepreneurship in Dominica.

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EXHIBIT: Global Health Research

On Friday, August 4, from 1:30PM to 3:00PM, learn about the Minority Health International Research Training Program, the students' international research projects, and what it's like living and conducting global health research in Africa. It will be at OpenGrounds The Corner Building. Click here for more information.