UVA Darden’s Belmi Named to ‘Best 40 Under 40’ Professors List
By Dave Hendrick
In addition to citing his research into mitigating inequality, the publication notes the acclaim Belmi has gained for his actions in the classroom, where he has become a sought-after professor.
Holding a Ph.D. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Belmi teaches both the core “Leading Organizations” course along with “The Paths to Power” elective at Darden. A noted scholar whose influence has reached mainstream business outlets like The Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal, Belmi truly shines in the classroom. Working among some of the world’s top case professors, the 32 year-old Belmi more than holds his own, ranking among the top 10% of faculty in student evaluations during his first two years at the program – and was even nominated for the Outstanding Faculty Award in 2017. For Belmi, the biggest reward isn’t the notoriety; it is watching the impact that students make once they leave his classroom.
Darden was recently ranked No. 1 for Best Professors by The Princeton Review.
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The University of Virginia Darden School of Business prepares responsible global leaders through unparalleled transformational learning experiences. Darden’s graduate degree programs (MBA, MSBA and Ph.D.) and Executive Education & Lifelong Learning programs offered by the Darden School Foundation set the stage for a lifetime of career advancement and impact. Darden’s top-ranked faculty, renowned for teaching excellence, inspires and shapes modern business leadership worldwide through research, thought leadership and business publishing. Darden has Grounds in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the Washington, D.C., area and a global community that includes 18,000 alumni in 90 countries. Darden was established in 1955 at the University of Virginia, a top public university founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819 in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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