In U.S. News and World Report's 2020 ranking, Darden graduates placed No. 3 for highest compensation and the full-time Darden MBA continued a trend of rising in the rankings.
Darden shares three stories of students with international backgrounds who chose to pursue their purpose and seek an MBA at the School.
While government and nonprofits usually lead in efforts to address income inequality, much can be done through the private sector, but businesses and managers need to play an important role.
Executive MBA student Hunter Hopcroft (Class of 2020) founded Slow Money Central Virginia last year, and recently shared on NPR how his micro-finance startup is benefitting local farmers.
Darden alumnus William Stilley (MBA '97) discusses leading a publicly traded, Charlottesville-based company with a promising treatment for alcohol addiction.
Darden alumna Elizabeth Weymouth (MBA ’94) is poised for a monumental year as she launches a Manhattan-based alternative investment company.
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