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All the President's Profs

Inside Higher Ed | December 22, 2010

Calling them Mr. Jefferson's Justice League is somehow irresistible. Perhaps that's because the University of Virginia's Faculty Budget Advisory Committee resembles a gathering of superheroes, where brainiacs of varied disciplines combine their powers to confront a common enemy. More.

U.Va. Plans Expanded Observance Honoring Martin Luther King

UVA Today | December 16, 2010

Save the date for honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on his birthday Jan. 17. Then save the nine days after that for the University of Virginia's "Community Celebration: Faith in the Future," in honor of the civil rights leader, including reminiscences about his 1963 visit to U.Va. More.

Faculty Senate Updated on International Programs, New Budget Model Being Considered, Gov.'s Higher Ed Commission

UVA Today | December 8, 2010

The University of Virginia's Faculty Senate received an update Monday on the University's international activities, programs and opportunities. More.

Sullivan finishes eventful fall term

The Cavalier Daily | December 3, 2010

Next week marks the end of Teresa A. Sullivan's first semester as the University's eighth president. Sullivan, who succeeded John T. Casteen, III in August, described her first four months as a "busy" transitional period. More.

Alvin Clements honored with Chamber award

Daily Progress | November 30, 2010

Plans by the University of Virginia to expand the number of students and use facilities all year will neither overwhelm the community nor detract from the region's salubrious milieu, according to UVa President Teresa A. Sullivan. More.

Red Kettle Campaign Begins At UVA

WVIR-NBC-29 | November 30, 2010

The Salvation Army of Charlottesville kicked off their Red Kettle Campaign Monday morning with a high profile bell ringer. University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan and UVA COO Leonard Sandridge manned a kettle outside Mincer's on the corner to help raise money for those most in need in the community. More.

Sullivan Seeks to Lead the University of Virginia at a Challenging Time

Diverse Education | November 29, 2010

In January, when Dr. Teresa Sullivan became the first woman selected to become president of the University of Virginia, expectations were that the noted sociology professor, provost and executive vice president for student affairs of the University of Michigan would ease into her job in bucolic Charlottesville. When she took over in August, however, the scene was anything but peaceful. More.

Board Seeks Funding Assurances in Exchange for Enrollment Growth

UVA Today | November 16, 2010

All indications are that the Governor's Commission on Higher Education will request in December that the state's colleges and universities boost their enrollment. On Monday, the University of Virginia's Board of Visitors seemed inclined to accept the request - provided the state is willing to pay its share. More.

At Convocation, Sullivan Celebrates Old-School Student-Teacher Interactions

UVA Today | November 5, 2010

As the University of Virginia honored some of its best students during Friday's Fall Convocation, President Teresa A. Sullivan took the occasion of her first convocation to discuss what makes for great teaching and great learning. More.

John Colley and Richard Guerrant Are Honored With 2010 Thomas Jefferson Awards

UVA Today | November 5, 2010

Colley and Guerrant are the 59th and 60th recipients of the Jefferson Award. The convocation included recognition of 430 third-year U.Va. students who earned Intermediate Honors and a keynote address by U.Va. President Teresa A. Sullivan. More.

10 Years in the Making, South Lawn Is Dedicated at U.Va.

UVA Today | October 25, 2010

Several hundred people - including Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, former Gov. George F. Allen and College alumni and supporters who helped raise money for the long-sought project - watched as David E. Gibson and John L. Nau III, benefactors for whom the complex's two main buildings are named, snipped a blue ribbon with gleaming, oversized shears. More.

UVA To Dedicate South Lawn Addition

WVIR NBC-29 | October 21, 2010

The University of Virginia is preparing to show off the newest addition to grounds at a ceremony Friday. Governor Bob McDonnell, university President Teresa Sullivan and others will be on hand for a dedication of the completed South Lawn. The $105 million addition includes three academic buildings: Nau Hall, Gibson Hall, and the commons building connecting the two. More.

Sullivan Announces Search Committee to Find Sandridge's Successor

UVA Today | October 13, 2010

University of Virginia Teresa A. Sullivan today announced the creation of the search committee charged with identifying and recommending a successor for Leonard W. Sandridge, the University's long-time executive vice president and chief operating officer. More.

Grant Allows U.Va. Press to Make Founders' Documents Online Free to Public

UVA Today | October 11, 2010

Letters, military strategies, meeting notes, journals and other historical documents from the Founding Fathers that illustrate the building of the United States of America more than 200 years ago will be made available to the general public for free, thanks to a cooperative agreement between the University of Virginia Press and the National Archives. More.

Seminar Reinforces Role of Employee Council Members as Information Conduits

UVA Today | October 11, 2010

From brainstorming ways of representing their co-workers more effectively to hearing Susan Carkeek, the University of Virginia's vice president and chief human resources officer, share President Teresa Sullivan's three rules of administration, almost 50 members of the University of Virginia's Employee Communications Councils met Oct. 6 to review their roles, improve their leadership skills and identify opportunities for the coming year. More.

UVA President Sullivan Speaks at PVCC

WVIR NBC-29 | October 07, 2010

Faculty and staff at Piedmont Virginia Community College were treated to a special guest on Thursday. University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan was on campus for a welcome reception. More.

President Sullivan Welcomes International Students to Carr's Hill

UVA Today | October 1, 2010

As rain generated in part by Tropical Storm Nicole soaked Charlottesville Thursday evening, University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan offered a warm welcome to international students with a dinner at her residence, Carr's Hill. More.

UVa president to speak at annual chamber dinner

Daily Progress | September 30, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan, University of Virginia president, will be the featured speaker at the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner in November, according to chamber officials. More.

Day of Dialogue's Events Provide Time for Sharing, Healing and Moving Ahead

UVA Today | September 26, 2010

The University of Virginia took what President Teresa Sullivan called the "first step toward building a more caring community" through Friday's Day of Dialogue. More.

Student safety concerns U.Va. president

Richmond Times Dispatch | September 30, 2010

A student e-mailed University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan last week saying she and her sorority sisters didn't feel safe walking home after the bars closed at 2 a.m. She'll look into it, Sullivan said she told the student, but added some advice: "Not to sound like your mother or anything, but I don't think you should be walking alone at that time in the morning no matter how safe you feel," she said. More.

U-Va. slaying prompts campus safety talks

Washington Post | September 25, 2010

With black fabric veiling the columns of the University of Virginia rotunda, students, staff and faculty gathered Friday to reflect on campus violence and discuss ways to prevent it, nearly five months after the killing of women's lacrosse player Yeardley Love. The "Day of Dialogue" was not meant to provide definitive answers, according to U-Va. President Teresa Sullivan. Rather, she said, it was a way to develop questions that would keep safety issues that can negatively affect a campus at the forefront of conversation. More.

UVa to Veil Rotunda Columns in Black for Yeardley Love

WCAV CBS-1 | September 15, 2010

University of Virginia President, Teresa Sullivan, is offering more specifics about the "Day of Dialogue" on Grounds. The event is a response to the violent death of UVa. lacrosse player, Yeardley Love. More.

U.Va. Board Approves $22.9 Million Plan to Begin Rotunda Renovation

UVA Today | September 14, 2010

The University of Virginia Board of Visitors has approved a plan to renovate and repair the Rotunda, the focal point of Thomas Jefferson's Academical Village. More.

U.Va.'s Day of Dialogue on Sept. 24 Includes Participatory Art and Challenging Questions

UVA Today | September 14, 2010

Time for gathering, quiet reflection and open discussion about issues related to violence and responsibility will be included in Day of Dialogue: Toward a Caring Community on Sept. 24 at the University of Virginia. More.

UVa president suggests three-year bachelor's degree

Daily Progress | September 13, 2010

University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan floated the idea Monday of introducing a "three plus one" program in which undergraduates would finish their bachelor's degree within three years and then stick around UVa for a fourth year to earn a master's degree. More.

A Message from the Rector: Welcome to Virginia, President Teresa Sullivan

Virginia Magazine | September 2010

Join me in welcoming Teresa A. Sullivan to the University of Virginia as our eighth president. The University achieved a great deal during the last two decades under John Casteen's extraordinary leadership. In Terry, as John has often stated, we have found an excellent successor ready to lead us forward. More.

University of Virginia to Honor Life of Morgan Harrington

UVA Today | September 14, 2010

The University of Virginia will install a plaque on the Copeley Road bridge in memory of Morgan Dana Harrington. The plaque will be dedicated Oct. 17, the one-year anniversary of her disappearance. More.

U.Va. president suggests three-year bachelor's degree

Daily Progress | September 13, 2010

University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan floated the idea Monday of introducing a "three plus one" program in which undergraduates would finish their bachelor's degree within three years and then stick around UVa for a fourth year to earn a master's degree. More.

Sullivan to speak at convocation

Cavalier Daily | September 8, 2010

University President Teresa A. Sullivan will speak at Fall Convocation Nov. 5 at 2 p.m. at John Paul Jones Arena. This annual ceremony recognizes third-year students who have earned Intermediate Honors and celebrates recipients of the Thomas Jefferson Awards, the University's highest honor. More.

President Sullivan Will Speak at U.Va.'s Fall Convocation

UVA Today | September 7, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan, who became the University of Virginia's eighth president in August, will speak at the University's annual Fall Convocation, to be held Nov. 5 at 2 p.m. in the John Paul Jones Arena. More.

Sullivan to Students: University's Intangibles Make it 'Good'

UVA Today | September 7, 2010

Members of the University of Virginia community filled the seats of the University Chapel Friday night to hear U.Va.'s new president, Teresa A. Sullivan, present a heartfelt and inspirational speech titled "How Will We Know We Are Good?" More.

President Sullivan Greets Students and Parents on Move-In Weekend

UVA Today | August 23, 2010

Across the quad between the McCormick Road first-year residence houses, word spread quickly Saturday morning: President Sullivan is here. More.

Dialogue Scheduled to Address UVa Campus Safety

CBS 19 | August 10, 2010

New University of Virginia president, Teresa Sullivan is inviting students, staff, faculty and the rest of the University community to a day of dialogue on prevent violence and increasing campus safety. More.

UVa taking honor code a step further

Daily Progress | August 10, 2010

The University of Virginia is making itself unmistakably clear: Students are required by the honor code to report if they have been arrested or convicted of a crime. And the university will keep reminding them of that. More.

'Casual Conversation' with Dr. Sullivan

NBC 29 | August 6, 2010

Teresa Sullivan has been on the job for about a week and, now, she's speaking out about the challenges and issues she'll face. University of Virginia's new president faced the cameras for the first time Friday, holding a "casual conversation" with the media. More.

Meet the Press: Sullivan's First Press Conference Focuses on Financial Issues

UVA Today | August 6, 2010

Less than a week into her tenure as the University of Virginia's eighth president, Teresa A. Sullivan displayed an impressive command of the issues facing the University on Friday in a wide-ranging meeting with local reporters. More.

Yeardley Love case prompts U-Va. rule change

Washington Post | August 6, 2010

Returning students to the University of Virginia will have a new question to answer when they arrive on campus: Have you ever been arrested? The Yeardley Love slaying last spring prompted university officials to tighten their rules on students who are arrested or convicted. New President Teresa Sullivan discussed the changes Friday in a morning news conference. More.

Sullivan Begins Search for UVa Cabinet Successors

CBS 19 | August 2, 2010

Teresa Sullivan moved into Carr's Hill over the weekend and is set to begin her tenure as president of the University of Virginia. Among her duties will be finding a new provost and chief operating officer. More.

President Sullivan Ushers In a New Era at U.Va.

UVA Today | August 1, 2010

he siege of steamy July weather broke on Friday, just in time for a moving van emblazoned with "Cavalier Football" to back its way up Carr's Hill Drive. With that, a new era began at the University of Virginia as Teresa A. Sullivan took up residence in Carr's Hill and today became the institution's eighth president, succeeding John T. Casteen III. On Monday morning, she will make the short walk from Carr's Hill to her new office in Madison Hall. More.

New U.Va. President Among Several Key Leadership Changes

Daily Progress | July 31, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan, the former provost of the University of Michigan, will become the University of Virginia's eighth president today. Sullivan's appointment is the first of a coming wave of changes at the top echelon of UVa's leadership. More.

President Sullivan to Headline August Teaching Workshop

UVA Today | July 29, 2010

The Teaching Resource Center at the University of Virginia will hold its annual teaching workshop on Aug. 18 and 19. President Teresa A. Sullivan will kick off the events on Aug. 18, welcoming the participants with opening remarks in Old Cabell Hall Auditorium. More.

Hoos Help New President Move in Style

CBS 19 | July 28, 2010

Soon-to-be University of Virginia president Teresa Sullivan is moving in style. The Virginia football team equipment trailer is being used to transport Sullivan's possessions from Ann Arbor, Michigan to Charlottesville. More.

Sullivan, Board of Visitors Discuss Her Agenda for the University

UVA Today | July 13, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan, the University of Virginia's incoming president, was a special guest at the Board of Visitors' annual two-day retreat last weekend. Rector John O. Wynne opened the meeting by welcoming Sullivan, who takes office Aug. 1, and turned the first session of the meeting over to her to talk about the presidential transition. More.

A Look Inside The U.Va. President's Home

NBC 29 | July 28, 2010

Moving vans are on their way to grounds this week. At the University of Virginia, President Casteen has moved out and President-elect Teresa Sullivan is on her way in. Before she rolls into town, the university gave a sneak peek inside the president's residence, Carr's Hill. More.

U.Va. Considers Non-Binding Early Admission

Daily Progress | July 10, 2010

The University of Virginia may soon allow prospective undergraduate students to apply for non-binding early admission. U.Va.'s Board of Visitors is considering a plan for the university to adopt "early action" admission, in which students would apply earlier than they do now and find out far sooner if they are accepted, rejected or deferred. More.

U.Va. President-Elect Sullivan Named to National Committee to Study Research Universities

UVA Today | June 28, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan, who will become president of the University of Virginia on Aug. 1, will serve on a national committee that will study and make recommendations on the state and future of the American research university. More.

Teresa A. Sullivan, President-Elect, To Be Keynote Speaker At Howard University Graduate School's Hood Presentation Ceremony

Howard University | March 25, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan, president-elect of the University of Virginia, will provide the keynote address at the Howard University Graduate School's 2010 Hood Presentation Ceremony Honoring the Master's and Doctoral Degree Candidates. More.

Sullivan gives inside glimpse into her plans as UVa president

Daily Progress | January 30, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan, the provost of the University of Michigan, will become the University of Virginia's eighth president Aug. 1. Sullivan answered a few questions from The Daily Progress about what her tenure as UVa's president might look like. More.

This One's for the Girls

Cavalier Daily | January 29, 2010

Filling the shoes of John T. Casteen III was not an easy task. As such, the Board of Visitors should be applauded for the recent selection of Teresa A. Sullivan as the University's eighth president. Elected unanimously by the Board on Jan. 11, Sullivan will be the first female president in the University's 185-year history. More.

The Next Step & Status Quo

Cavalier Daily | January 25, 2010

With the start of a new era approaching, the University must carefully carve out its place among American colleges. The University is set to begin a new chapter in its history. John T. Casteen, III will step down after 20 years in office this August and will be succeeded by the University's first female president, Teresa A. Sullivan. More.

A New Leader for a New University Era

Cavalier Daily | January 25, 2010

The search for president-elect Teresa A. Sullivan — who will succeed John T. Casteen, III and become the eighth president in University history — began with questions not only from students, faculty and staff, but also from senior administrators at private and public universities nationwide. More.

Enjoying the College Experience

Cavalier Daily | January 25, 2010

During her days as a student at Michigan State, University president-elect Teresa A. Sullivan remembers feeling like "a kid in a candy store." "I kept saying to myself, 'Wow this is great!'" she said. "There were so many wonderful things to do. I loved class, the organizations, hanging with friends." Sullivan enjoyed the university setting so much that 40 years later, she still has not left it. More.

Teresa Sullivan is the First Female President to Lead University of Virginia

Washington Post | January 19, 2010

The University of Virginia's first female president got an early look at how to run a school as a college senior when she won a coveted internship in the president's office at Michigan State University. More.

Teresa Sullivan to Bring Personality, Leadership

C-Ville | January 19, 2010

U.Va. Rector John Wynne welcomed Teresa Sullivan to the University community on Monday, January 11 as the eighth U.Va. president. Sullivan succeeds current President John Casteen, who announced his retirement last June after 20 years at the helm of the University. More.

U.Va.: Promise and Challenge

Daily Progress | January 14, 2010

The University of Virginia's next president, Teresa A. Sullivan, must be someone who loves challenges. The announcement of Ms. Sullivan as the university's eighth president rightly accentuated all that is good about the university and the job. More.

A Look at Incoming U.Va. President Sullivan's Fundraising Experience

C-Ville | January 13, 2010

University of Virginia President-elect Teresa Sullivan, who will replace current U.Va. President John T. Casteen on his August 1 retirement, will take office amidst U.Va.'s $3 billion capital campaign. More.

Incoming U.Va. President Teresa Sullivan Boost for its Athletics

Daily Press | January 13, 2010

No college athletic department spent or earned more in 2008-09 than Texas. That distinction merits our attention not because the Longhorns are ranked No. 1 in men's basketball and No. 2 in football, but because the University of Virginia named Teresa Sullivan as its president Monday. More.

Peers Praise Sullivan

Daily Progress | January 13, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan's colleagues in Michigan and Texas say the University of Virginia's next president is a gifted administrator and an accomplished academic who has deep experience with just about every aspect of higher education. More.

University Names First Female President

Cavalier Daily | January 12, 2010

Gathered before a crowd of administrators, faculty and other community members in the Rotunda's Dome Room, the Board of Visitors named Teresa A. Sullivan the University's eighth president yesterday. More.

Mich. Provost Brings New Perspective to U.Va.

Richmond Times | January 12, 2010

A sociologist praised for the extensive range of her experience in higher education has been named the eighth president of the University of Virginia. More.

Sullivan to Take Reins from Casteen

Daily Progress | January 12, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan, the University of Michigan's provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, will become president of the University of Virginia when longtime president John T. Casteen III steps down Aug. 1. More.

In First Full Day as President-Elect, Sullivan Visits Classroom, Lab

UVA Today | January 12, 2010

A day after being elected the eighth president of the University of Virginia in a ceremony held in the stately Dome Room of the Rotunda, Teresa A. Sullivan faced a packed schedule of meetings with a variety of University leaders. More.

U.Va. Names its First Female President

Virginian-Pilot | January 11, 2010

Forty years after enrolling its first class of undergraduate women , the University of Virginia on Monday selected Teresa A. Sullivan, the provost at the University of Michigan, as its first female president. More.

Teresa Sullivan Named New University of Virginia President

College News | January 11, 2010

The Washington Post is reporting that Teresa Sullivan, currently serving as provost at the University of Michigan, has been elected as the new president of the University of Virginia. More.

UM Provost Teresa Sullivan to Become President of University of Virginia

Crain's Detroit Business | January 11, 2010

Teresa Sullivan, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of Michigan, will leave the post after four years to become president of the University of Virginia starting Aug. 1, both universities confirmed Monday. More.

Sullivan Named President at U.Va.

ABC 13 | January 11, 2010

The University of Virginia has named Teresa Sullivan as its new president. The university's Board of Visitors on Monday elected Sullivan to succeed President John Casteen. More.

Teresa Sullivan is Named the Eighth President of U.Va.

C-Ville | January 11, 2010

The U.Va. Board of Visitors announced this afternoon that Teresa Sullivan, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of Michigan, is the eighth president of the University. Sullivan's term will last five years, and her salary will not exceed $680,000. More.

Officials Say Sullivan is up to the Challenge

NBC 29 | January 11, 2010

New president Dr. Teresa A. Sullivan will have many challenges to face as soon as she takes over at the University of Virginia. From state budget cuts to leading a multi-billion dollar fundraising effort, Sullivan will certainly have her hands full from day one. More.

University of Virginia Names First Female President

Daily Press | January 11, 2010

The University of Virginia has named Teresa Sullivan as its first female president. More.

U. of Virginia Picks U. of Michigan Provost as Its New President

Chronicle of Higher Education | January 11, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, will become president of the University of Virginia on August 1, the university announced this afternoon. More.

U.Va. Taps Michigan Provost to Replace Casteen

Augusta Free Press | January 11, 2010

Teresa Sullivan will succeed John Casteen as president of the University of Virginia, the school's Board of Visitors announced on Monday. More.

Sullivan Named Next U.Va. President

Virginia Business | January 11, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of Michigan, will become the next president of the University of Virginia. More.

University of Michigan Provost Teresa Sullivan to Lead University of Virginia

Ann Arbor | January 11, 2010

The University of Michigan's second in command is leaving Ann Arbor to lead the University of Virginia. More.

Teresa A. Sullivan Named Eighth President of U.Va.

ABC 3 | January 11, 2010

Dr. Teresa A. Sullivan, formerly the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Michigan, has been named the eighth President of the University of Virginia. She is the first female president of the school. More.

University of Michigan Provost Names U.Va. President

NBC 10 | January 11, 2010

The University of Virginia announced the University of Michigan's Provost as the 8th president to succeed President John Casteen III. on Aug. 1st. More.

University of Virginia picks 'U' Provost Sullivan as Next President

The Michigan Daily | January 11, 2010

University Provost Teresa Sullivan was selected yesterday to become the University of Virginia's eighth president and the first female president in the school's history. More.

University of Virginia Names Teresa Sullivan of the University of Michigan as New President

Washington Post | January 11, 2010

Leaders of the University of Virginia Monday elected Teresa Sullivan, provost at the University of Michigan, as the next president of U.Va. More.

University of Michigan Provost Named U.Va. President

Dan River News | January 11, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan will succeed President John T. Casteen III on Aug. 1 as head of the state flagship university. She has been provost and executive vice president for academic affairs for the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, since 2006. More.

Teresa A. Sullivan, Extraordinary Leader and Respected Scholar, to Become Eighth President of U.Va.

UVA Today | January 11, 2010

Teresa A. Sullivan, the University of Michigan's provost and executive vice president for academic affairs and a leading scholar in labor force demography, will become the University of Virginia's eighth president on August 1. More.

Sullivan Named U.Va. President

NBC 29 | January 11, 2010

We have learned that Dr. Teresa Sullivan, provost and Vice president for Academic Affairs at the University of Michigan, will be the new U.Va. President. Sullivan will take over after Casteen steps down on August 01. More.

U.Va. to Name New President Today

C-Ville | January 11, 2010

The eighth President of the University will be announced at a special meeting of the U.Va. Board of Visitors this afternoon at 2:30pm. More.

U.Va. Settles on Pick for New President

Daily Progress | January 10, 2010

U.Va.'s Board of Visitors is scheduled to meet at 2:30 p.m. Monday to elect the successor to retiring U.Va. President John T. Casteen III. More.

U.Va. Ready to Reveal New President

CBS 19 | January 10, 2010

A University of Virginia official told CBS 19 Sunday night that a replacement has been selected for retiring president John Casteen. The Board of Visitors will announce their decision on Monday at 2:30pm. More.