In its annual Global MBA Ranking, the Financial Times named UVA’s Darden School of Business No. 1 for both general management and corporate social responsibility.
The Princeton Review ranked UVA among the nation’s MBA programs in nine categories, including a No. 1 ranking for best professors, honoring the world-class faculty Darden has assembled.
In 2016, professor James Rubin died suddenly on the day he completed the first draft of his book. Just over a year later, thanks to his colleagues at Darden, that first draft is now a published book
Using Olympic swimmers as a model, Darden professor Manel Baucells and a colleague found that taking a break can be more productive than powering on through one’s work.
The Economist has once again – for the sixth consecutive year – named the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business as the No. 1 graduate business education experience in the world.
The workshop brought together more than a dozen coaches and administrators to share ideas about applying business strategies to their sport and discuss some of the challenges they face and the values they have in common.
Cian’s consumer behavior research has earned national media attention for practical insights tackling common business and social problems.
The University of Virginia and its Presidential Precinct partners will host Prince Charles March 18 at a global issues forum on the Magna Carta at the National Archives in Washington.
“Magna Carta 2015: Global Empowerment through Rule of Law” will feature engagement between the Prince of Wales and young leaders from 20 nations worldwide.