Carr's Hill is not only the President's home, but is a working house that epitomizes the best of the University of Virginia's legacy of hospitality. Of all the calculations that go into planning t
President Sullivan and other senior officials from the University of Virginia, the City of Charlottesville, and Albemarle County met yesterday — as they do quarterly — to discuss pertinent planning and community development issues.
Earlier this week, President Sullivan joined more than 400 participants from around the world for the Women’s Global Leadership Forum, a two-day academic symposium as part of UVA’s Bicentennial commemoration.
President Sullivan delivered a keynote address at the 7th International Conference on World-Class Universities (WCU-7) on Wednesday morning in Shanghai.
From Friday to Sunday, students, faculty, staff, and family gathered to celebrate Family Weekend 2017. Family Weekend provides an opportunity for students and their families to visit with each oth
An array of prominent scientists, researchers, and instructors are gathered today on Grounds for a symposium to celebrate the 50th anniversary of UVA’s Department of Biomedical Engineering.
At a gathering Wednesday evening at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C., President Sullivan met with the University’s many alumni and friends who work in the government and private sectors in the area.
Tuesday, thousands of revellers participated in one of UVA's signature community events, joining a 30-year tradition that has become a beloved part of the Charlottesville autumn season.
This afternoon, President Sullivan spoke to a class of students about her approach to leading high-achieving teams.
In addition to her role at UVA, President Sullivan serves in a leadership capacity for several national and state higher education and business organizations.
This afternoon, President Sullivan formally introduced Carla Williams as UVA’s director of athletics.
A group of President Sullivan’s former advisees and undergraduate students gathered at Carr’s Hill for a reunion dinner – a tradition that they’ve enjoyed since their first semester at the Universi
Last night, the University of Virginia’s College at Wise hosted the last of three televised gubernatorial debates between Democrat Ralph Northam and Republican Ed Gillespie.
In case you missed it: UVA’s Bicentennial Launch Weekend, which involved the talents of more than 800 students, faculty, special guests, and speakers, as well as impressive technological feats and
Each year, President Sullivan meets with members of the clergy at Carr’s Hill to thank them for their support of students and staff, to provide updates on critical University issues and resources,
The Curry School of Education hosted an event this evening at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond to highlight the work of its faculty in autism research, classroom simulation, college acc
President Sullivan joined a panel of experts earlier today at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to discuss the future of higher education.
This afternoon, the Board of Visitors unanimously voted to name James E. Ryan as the University’s next president.
Yesterday, the University community gathered for a celebration to dedicate Pinn Hall, the School of Medicine building previously known as Jordan Hall.
On Monday, members of The Fralin Museum of Art’s Volunteer Board gathered for a tour of Carr’s Hill and lunch with President S
At the first Faculty Senate meeting since the events of August 11 and 12, President Sullivan spoke with faculty members about the University’s recovery and response efforts. Joining her in the discussion was Risa Goluboff, Dean of the School of Law, who now chairs a working group of UVA deans assessing these efforts.
President Sullivan joined top researchers from a range of disciplines yesterday to celebrate the formal launch of two new pan-University institutes meant to tackle some of the biggest problems facing society.
On Tuesday, President Sullivan and Provost Tom Katsouleas co-hosted a Carr’s Hill reception for recently promoted faculty at UVA. The a
This year, the Queer Student Union (QSU) at UVA is celebrating its 45th anniversary. The University’s oldest and largest organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning individuals, QSU sponsors services, activities, and social programs for students — with an emphasis on queer culture and social thought.
At Opening Convocation, President Sullivan noted that 570 of the 3,809 students in the first year class — about 14% — are the first in their families to go to college.
Convocation events welcome new students to the UVA community and introduce them to the traditions of the school. In Charlottesville and Wise this week, Convocation highlighted what President Sulli
Every move-in weekend, President Sullivan welcomes a new class of incoming students and their families into the UVA community. Part of that welcome address also includes some practical advice for parents.
New faculty members to the University just wrapped up a two-day orientation, meeting with and garnering advice from some of their new colleagues, including President Sullivan.
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