A new Gallup survey, polling more than 7,000 alumni from the classes of 2001 through 2015, indicates that UVA graduates are outpacing national averages in workplace engagement, well-being and attachment to the University.
Chapel’s storied career includes more than 130 directing credits, 60-plus acting gigs, one lifetime achievement award and at least one superstar student. He reflects on memories with Fey, bringing Broadway music to Russia and more.
The Arts & Sciences Democracy Initiative continues to gain momentum on Grounds, with the launch of two democracy labs this spring and a partnership with the UVA Miller Center, a nonpartisan affiliate of the University specializing in presidential scholarship, public policy, and political history.
About 600 first-year students elected last summer to enroll in the New College Curriculum pilot, one of three curricular options available to incoming students. This fall, the College is increasing the number of first-year spots available in the new curriculum to 800 first years.
James E. Ryan, the Dean of the Graduate School of Education at Harvard and president-elect of the University of Virginia, discussed his vision for the future of the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences with Dean Ian Baucom and members of the College Foundation Board of Trustees at the College Foundation’s spring 2018 board meeting.