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Global Alumna Profile: Victor Azevedo

Genevieve Agar – March 23rd, 2017

This month we're profiling UVA alumna Victor Azevedo, a graduate of the Architecture school. Victor Azevedo studied at UVA as an international student originally from Manaus, Brazil and was also involved with the French House during his time in Charlottesville.

What did you do after graduation?
l Iived in Delhi for 6 months where I worked in an Architecture Office then I started my masters of Architecture at Columbia University.

Genevieve Agar: How I Reconciled Creative Arts with an Econ Major (Major Exploration Series)

Amber Wang – March 22nd, 2017

“The majority of people who went to college do not end up in a career related to their major, meaning 10 years from now your major might be just a word on your diploma.” Genevieve Agar (CLAS '17, Economics)

A common dilemma some students may face when deciding their major(s) is whether or not they should choose something that aligns with their passion or choose something that will be practical. Read about how one of our Career Peer Educators, Genevieve Agar (CLAS ‘17, Economics), did just this during her nontraditional undergraduate experience.

Cultivating Personal and Professional Mindfulness

Christie Julien – March 9th, 2017

From UVA Today

Companies from Google to Ford have begun offering mindfulness courses to their employees, arguing that the benefits – more productive, engaged and healthier employees – far outweigh the costs.

At the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce, marketing professor David Mick teaches a popular “Wisdom and Well-Being” course equipping business students with philosophical concepts and mindfulness practices that could improve their personal and professional lives.

March on Washington Film Festival

Taylor Lamb – March 2nd, 2017

Calling all Student and Emerging Filmmakers

Submissions are now being accepted for the 2017 March on Washington Film Festival Student and Emerging Filmmaker Competition for short films on Civil Rights and Social Justice. This year, filmmakers are asked to grapple with the following topic: Speaking truth to power.

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