President Emerita Teresa A. Sullivan

Teresa A. Sullivan served as the eighth President of the University of Virginia, after taking office on August 1, 2010. During her presidency, she led UVA through a period of significant progress. In fall 2012, she launched a strategic planning effort to provide a road-map for the University's future while gathering input from 10,000 alumni, parents, students, faculty members, staff members, and other individuals.

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New Commissioners Will Focus on Untold Stories of UVA in the Age of Segregation
New Commissioners Will Focus on Untold Stories of UVA in the Age of Segregation

Commission members include faculty, staff, students and community members, who will begin their work this fall under President-Elect Jim Ryan. Four national, local, student and alumni boards will advise the commission.

UVA Grads Rejoice in the Second of Two Final Exercises Ceremonies
UVA Grads Rejoice in the Second of Two Final Exercises Ceremonies

On a picturesque Sunday morning on the Lawn, graduates from 10 University of Virginia schools and the Data Science Institute gathered for the 189th Final Exercises.

Despite Drizzle, Joy Abounds in the First Graduation Ceremony of the Weekend
Despite Drizzle, Joy Abounds in the First Graduation Ceremony of the Weekend

Even a misty rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of Saturday’s graduates as the University’s largest school – the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences – celebrated Final Exercises.

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