Now a project manager at Facebook, Ana Flavia Dias was profiled in the Poets & Quants article "2020's First-Generation MBAs: The Bold, Brilliant & Big-Hearted."
One Darden Week featured sessions on identity in business, the experience of international students in the U.S., inequity in America, and discussions on how leaders have responded to COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement, among other topics.
Tre Tennyson received one of Darden’s most prestigious awards: the Lemuel E. Lewis Bicentennial Award for Global Leadership, a scholarship award made possible by a philanthropic gift from Lem Lewis.
New Classes at the Darden School range from explorations of India’s role in the global economy to a deep dive into technology policy, among other topics.
UVA Darden Professors Explore Issues of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Work in Free Online Course
Six renowned professors from the Darden School are helping to answer key questions on diversity, equity and inclusion with an innovative, free online course: “Foundations of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Work.”
A surge in applications led to a diverse, talented full-time MBA class, while the Executive MBA and Master of Science in business analytics programs continued a strong expansion.