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Inaugural Walk Kicks Off Volkssporting at U.Va.

UVA Today | Monday, April 18, 2011

Demonstrating her dedication to both community involvement and health and fitness, President Teresa A. Sullivan led the way on the Cavalier Volkssporting Club's first ever volksmarch on Sunday. Read More.


Service Part of Inauguration Celebrations, as Well as University's Mission

UVA Today | Monday, April 18, 2011

Despite Saturday's severe weather, 850 University of Virginia students, faculty and community members came out to volunteer as part of "Cavaliers Care: A Day of Service." Read More.


Academic Symposium Explores Ways of Bringing Scholarly Rigor to the Art of Teaching

UVA Today | Monday, April 18, 2011

Teaching has always been an important responsibility for University of Virginia faculty members. An academic symposium last week, "Using Evidence to Improve Teaching and Learning in Higher Education," sent an unambiguous message: It is time for every professor to pay heed to what, and how, their students are learning. Read More.


Sullivan Sworn In as University's Eighth President

UVA Today | Friday, April 15, 2011

Laying her left hand on a tattered family Bible dating from the 19th century, Teresa A. Sullivan today took the oath of office and was inaugurated as a 21st-century president of the University of Virginia. Read More.


A History of University of Virginia Inaugurations

UVA Today | Friday, April 15, 2011

Teresa A. Sullivan will be inaugurated today as the University of Virginia's eighth president. In preparation for that event, Alexander G. "Sandy" Gilliam Jr., the University's protocol and history officer, prepared a history of presidential inaugurations at the University, an abbreviated version of which follows: Read More.


The Wait Is Over: Inauguration Week Arrives

UVA Today| Monday, April 11, 2011

"It's not about me," is President Teresa A. Sullivan's most frequent comment about this week's inauguration festivities. So she and University of Virginia students, faculty and staff will be the center of attention for her official installation this week as U.Va.'s eighth president. Read More.


U.Va. Volunteers to Mark Inauguration with Day of Service

UVA Today| Thursday, March 17, 2011

"Members of the University of Virginia community are invited to participate in a Day of Service on April 16, as part of inauguration week activities for U.Va. President Teresa A. Sullivan. Read More.


Welcoming a President

What does the University have in store for Teresa Sullivan's inauguration?

Cavalier Daily | Monday, February 14, 2011

Although Teresa A. Sullivan has been in office since August, the University community will wait until April 15 to officially inaugurate her as the University’s eighth president. The inauguration will include a five-day, community-wide celebration, inviting students, faculty and staff to gather at the Lawn and ground themselves in the founding values of the University while looking forward to the mission foreseen by the institution’s newest leader. Read More.


Sullivan's Inauguration on April 15 to Set the Tone for Historic Presidency at U.Va.

UVA Today | Monday, January 31, 2011

Teresa A. Sullivan spent the first seven months after she was named president of the University of Virginia in January 2010 learning as much as she could about the institution ¬– mostly from afar, as she completed her duties at the University of Michigan as provost and executive vice president for academic affairs. Read More.


Presidential Inauguration: Save the Date

Teresa A. Sullivan | Wednesday, September 1, 2010

To all members of the University community: I hope that you will mark your calendars for April 13-17, 2011, for a community-wide celebration of our great University and the extraordinary individuals -- students, staff and faculty -- who make it come alive every day. Read More.


Welcome to Virginia

U.Va. Magazine | Winter 2010

On August 1, 2010, Teresa A. Sullivan became the University of Virginia’s eighth president. She came to U.Va. from the University of Michigan, where she served as provost and executive vice president of academic affairs. Although she’s been in Charlottesville for only a few months, she seems well on her way to getting to know not only the entire University community but also just about everyone in the commonwealth of Virginia. Read More.