Amy Curtis thought she knew exactly what she wanted to study when she came to U.Va., but her natural curiosity took her places she never expected – Flash Seminars, a public radio program and post-graduation field work in D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood.
A public forum will get down to business with several Darden faculty members and Chinese and international business leaders.
U.Va.’s International Studies Office is honored for “going above and beyond” its job description.
Former presidential candidate Jon Huntsman told U.Va. students to closely watch developments in northeast Asia, where “legacy” leaders with lots of historical baggage are ruling a region set to account for 20 percent of the world’s gross domestic product.
U.Va. is expanding its presence in China – home of the world’s fastest-growing economy and the University’s largest group of international students – by hiring a director in Shanghai.
The Global Career Community, a LinkedIn site, aims to help student and alumni job-seekers make contacts and learn about the ins and outs of the international employment scene.
Jacqueline Novogratz, who created the socially conscious Acumen Fund, will give a public talk and be recognized with the U.Va. Distinguished Alumna Award, presented by the Women’s Center on April 25.
Nurses are often at the forefront in rural health care around the globe, and a new center at U.Va.’s School of Nursing is preparing students to lead the way.
Ivan Vallarino of Panama, a 2005 graduate, is honored for being “a great ambassador for U.Va.”
Science has the tremendous potential to help solve some of the most urgent challenges facing the world today, DuPont CEO tells U.Va. audience.
U.Va.’s vice provost for global affairs says now, more than ever, U.Va. is well positioned to use Thomas Jefferson’s approach to global comparative learning to enhance its identity, academics and outreach.
U.Va.’s Center for Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian Studies will offer students career advice for jobs in and focused on the region.
Learn how the current revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia are similar to the ideological struggle between communism and democracy in the 20th century.
The reality of being a global corporation, market-driven science and engineering and the role training plays in those fields, megatrends shaping business strategy, such as the world’s growing need for food and renewable energy – these are all topics DuPont’s CEO will address in her Q&amp;A-style lecture March 27.
Students at the University of Virginia and Duke University will soon have new opportunities to use advanced teleconferencing technology to learn Creole and Tibetan.
Leaders from six continents gathered earlier this week at U.Va.’s Morven Farm to strategize on how best to promote democracy education around the world.
On International Women’s Day, U.Va’s Bargach Wins Education Award from American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Group
The Asia Institute’s Japan outreach coordinator, Haruko Yuda, looks back on her first seven months in America, which has included teaching in local schools and learning how to drive.
U.Va’s first annual Global Health Case Competition, hosted by the Center for Global Health, brought 93 students together to address a hypothetical global health concern and propose solutions.
U.Va. will help state community colleges develop non-Western international humanities content, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Area high school students can apply for a free Chinese language training program at the University of Virginia this summer.
Transitions in the Arab world won’t be quick and easy, but that does not mean the revolutions have failed, say five U.Va. experts with insight into the events there.
Students, administrators and members of the Board of Visitors talked big concepts at intimate Jeffersonian dinners Friday, the first such gatherings to be held.
Three international journalists will examine covering China in the digital age during a panel discussion at the University of Virginia on Friday.
U.Va. is offering short-term language instruction in Mandarin and French.