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President Sullivan Leads U.Va. Delegation to China and Singapore
University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan is taking her first international trip on behalf of U.Va, traveling to East and Southeast Asia to strengthen the University's partnerships in education and research and to further raise the profile of the University as a top-tier global research university. Read more.
 

First-Generation College Student Marcus Hall Embraces Study Abroad
Marcus Hall has taken advantage of virtually every opportunity he has come across since arriving at the University of Virginia in the summer of 2008, and his relentless pursuit enabled him to study abroad for two semesters in two different hemispheres. Read more.


U.Va. Students Welcome Millions to U.S. Pavilion at World Expo
The World Expo is under way in Yeosu, South Korea, and five University of Virginia students and recent graduates are serving as official hosts in the USA Pavilion 2012. Read more.
 


Commerce Grad Gives Back to International Students

George Wu had never been abroad before he made the decision to enter the University of Virginia in 2008. Undaunted, he boarded a plane bound for Washington, D.C., and traveled more than 7,000 miles from the only home he had known to come to Charlottesville. Read more.


Nursing's Spring Magazine
The School of Nursing's spring magazine, Legacy, has an international theme; "Studying Abroad to Better Serve at Home." Nursing Dean Dorrie Fontaine invites you "to learn more about how students and faculty have chosen to reach out, stretch themselves and learn from - and among - other cultures."


CATALYST - a new publication on Grounds
Catalyst was started by students in the fall of 2010. The magazine aims to provide students with basic information and resources to make an impact. Published in print and online, each issue of Catalyst focuses on a different subject that affects society on local, national, and international levels. Read more.
 
 


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