• Fasten your seatbelt for a dynamic learning experience that will prepare you and your organization for high performance. Take a tour of Darden. more

  • Superior teaching lies at the core of every Darden program. Over the past 24 years, in a survey of 83,000 MBA graduates, students consistently rank Darden faculty first. more

  • The case “REI: Sustainability Strategy and Innovation” asks you to consider how the outdoor gear and apparel manufacturer could expand sustainabilty awareness through consensus building. more

  • Darden offers its alumni a suite of services, from dynamic events around the globe to career management for life through the Armstrong Center for Alumni Career Services. more

  • Darden unleashes the potential in promising leaders and prepares you to do your best work. In his blog, Darden’s Dean Bob Bruner explains why it’s important to start with a sense of purpose. more

  • Ideas & Innovation


    Award-Winning Work Bridges Public and Private

    Visit Darden’s Ideas To Action site and watch a video created by students in The National Debt Seminar, a multi-disciplinary course taught by Darden Professor and 2014 Aspen Institute Pioneer Award winner Mary Margaret Frank.

  •  Investing in Innovation Darden Innovators at Work  Ideas to Action

    Investing in Innovation
    Where will you find the ideas you need to invest successfully in the innovation economy? Join global thought leaders and Darden faculty at UVIC, the University of Virginia Investing Conference, 13-14 Nov.

    Innovators at Work
    "The Innovation Issue" of The Darden Report features visionary Darden students and alumni who are improving the world from New York City to Shanghai, and Darden's faculty who are shaping the way the world does business.

    Learn Better Than the Competition
    Darden Professor Ed Hess discusses the science of learning and shares a new definition of the word "smart" in this video lesson drawing upon ideas from his new book, Learn or Die.


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