As graduation approaches, we asked members of the EMBA and GEMBA Classes of 2017 to share their thoughts on the Darden experience. Below you will find reflections from two GEMBA students. You can find the EMBA reflections here. I decided to spend the day after our last class walking around Darden, and UVA grounds, with my best friend (who deserves an honorary degree for all his support during the program). I showed him our classrooms, [...]

Congratulations to the Class of 2017. Here’s a breakdown of this year’s graduating students.

McCombs’ Social Impact Internship Fund enables MBAs to intern with organizations that emphasize social good over profits.

The last week has been eventful in Dillon House—we sent out notifications to our regular admissions applicants and to our 2+2 applicants. To all of you who applied—thank you. I hope you got some value out of the process in better understanding yourself and in clarifying the goals you have for the future. We certainly understand it is a lot of work to apply. So thank you.  Now, we need to start looking ahead to [...]

If you will be reapplying to Darden in the fall and would like to receive feedback on your application, registration is now open for a one-on-one, 15-minute feedback session with a member of the Admissions Committee during the month of June. At this time, we are not offering feedback appointments to applicants on the waitlist.  This is an opportunity to find out how you can improve your candidacy for your Darden application for the coming year. Please note [...]

If you will be reapplying to Darden in the fall and would like to receive feedback on your application, registration is now open for a one-on-one, 15-minute feedback session with a member of the Admissions Committee during the month of June. At this time, we are not offering feedback appointments to applicants on the waitlist.  This is an opportunity to find out how you can improve your candidacy for your Darden application for the coming year. Please note [...]

Henry Chesbrough, faculty director of the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation, was honored with a medal from the Industrial Research Institute (IRI) this month for his standout work in innovation management. Chesbrough, an adjunct professor who is widely recognized as the father of open innovation, accepted the medal at the IRI’s May 10 annual meeting. The IRI, which represents 200 industrial and service companies interested in effectively managing technological innovation, has awarded the medal since [...]

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