Tag: teresa sullivan
UVA President Teresa A. Sullivan is in the midst of her largest international trip, traveling to five Asian cities in 12 days.
The University of Virginia has announced the creation of a major new award for global leadership to recognize the 70th anniversary of the United Nations and UVA’s commitment to international leadership and discourse. It honors an alumnus and former rector who was one of the forces in post-World War II diplomacy.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences has inducted University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan as a member of its 2015 class. The ceremony was held Saturday in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The University of Virginia Board of Visitors approved an extension of President Teresa A. Sullivan’s employment contract on Tuesday during a special meeting in Charlottesville.
University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan issued the following statement today regarding the findings of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism review of the reporting and editorial decisions of the Rolling Stone’s Nov. 19 article “A Rape on Campus.”
UVA President Teresa Sullivan statement regarding results of Charlottesville Police Department frat rape investigation
University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan today issued the following statement regarding the results of the Charlottesville Police Department investigation of the allegations described in a November 2014 Rolling Stone article:
At about 12:45 a.m. on March 18th, one of our students was injured while Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) agents were attempting to take him into custody on the sidewalk in front of Trinity Irish Pub.
Using the Rotunda restoration as a metaphor for overcoming challenges and preparing for the University of Virginia’s future, President Teresa A. Sullivan described a “blueprint” for the beginning of the University’s next century in a major address to the U.Va. community Friday afternoon.
No doubt that UVA athletics director Craig Littlepage will cite some vague notion of “improvement” as the rationale for giving Mike London yet another chance to get things turned around.
By now you have most likely heard the news of the disappearance of Hannah Graham, a second-year UVa student who has been missing since early Saturday morning.
The University of Virginia is a caring community based on the principles of honor, respect, and personal accountability. Yet we know that incidents of misconduct and violence — including sexual misconduct and violence — do sometimes occur on our Grounds.
Duke has now taken five of its last six games against UVa., which is maybe not even arguably the worst program in the ACC now.
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has put the University of Virginia “on warning” for one year related to the brief forced departure of President Teresa Sullivan this past summer.
The two key players in the drama that unfolded throughout the month of June on Grounds at the University of Virginia have patched things up, at least in the netherworld of PR
Gov. Bob McDonnell has reappointed Helen Dragas to a second four-year term to the University of Virginia Board of Visitors, defying critics and apparently endorsing the failed putsch led by the rector to remove UVa. President Teresa Sullivan from office
The Commonwealth that has been reeling all year from a spate of bad publicity from the legislative session found itself in the national spotlight again as the president of its nationally premiere university was forced out in a behind-the-scenes maneuver by a couple of members of the Board of Visitors without a formal vote
The University of Virginia Board of Visitors today acted to reinstate Teresa A. Sullivan as president of the University. “The past two weeks have been trying for all of us in the University community,” Sullivan said. “While this period of uncertainty has been difficult, I believe that those with opposing viewpoints have been well-intentioned, acting only with the best interests of the University in mind”
Great news with the unanimous vote by the UVa. Board of Visitors to reinstate President Teresa Sullivan. But this thing isn’t over – not by a long shot. The focus now has to be on repairing UVa.’s reputation, which has been damaged by the controversy over her forced June 10 resignation and the awkward back-and-forth that ensued
U.S. Senate candidate Tim Kaine and Gov. Bob McDonnell weigh in on the move by the University of Virginia Board of Visitors to reinstate Teresa Sullivan as president
It is a very sad commentary on the quality of U.S. education that the major responsibility of college and university presidents is to raise money. One would hope that academic quality and perhaps care for their students and faculty might be major concerns