Jia Tolentino (Col ’09), a writer for newyorker.com, was recently named to Forbes’ 30-under-30 list of up-and-coming media professionals.
Virginia’s Curry School of Education climbs in the rankings; a new student center opens on the Corner; and a Grammy Award-winning producer visits Grounds.
Jenifer Andrasko (Darden ’10) will be the University of Virginia Alumni Association’s next president and CEO.
Readers share their thoughts on past issues.
Corporate executive and management expert Jenifer Andrasko, a former U.S. Navy pilot, mission commander and NATO officer, will be the University of Virginia Alumni Association’s next president and CEO.
Several UVA alumni were instrumental in the establishment of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Hear their stories.
In a national Gallup survey, UVA’s young alumni beat national averages in well-being, workplace engagement and emotional connection to their alma mater.
Flash seminars are one-time discussion-based lectures, organized by students to engage their peers in discussion on a wide array of topics, from politics to philosophy to scientific findings.
The University of Virginia has more than 230,000 living alumni. Take a look at how alumni demographics have changed over the past six decades, as well as where alumni live and what they do professionally.
In the end, the need to preserve the artifacts of UVA’s oldest student group was beyond debate.
The Mead Money program encourages faculty to form strong bonds with students outside the classroom by paying for their lunch.
When alumnus Brian Leung started tweeting about UVA baseball one night, he never could have guessed that it would lead him to his dream job.
Dr. Vivian Pinn was the only female and minority member in the UVA School of Medicine’s Class of 1967.
Readers share their thoughts on past issues, plus a farewell message from Alumni Association President C. Thomas Faulders III.
After more than 11 years as president and CEO of the University of Virginia Alumni Association, Tom Faulders (Col ’71) announced plans to retire in June.