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Batten Student Malcolm Brogdon Featured on ESPN

ESPN (by Anna K. Clemmons)

Brogdon uses game, mind for Virginia

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- A 13-year-old Malcolm Brogdon stood outside the YMCA, arms folded across his chest. His older brother John, 15, sulked next to him, an angry grimace on his face. Their mother, Jann Adams, drove up a few minutes later.

"What happened?" she asked.

"I beat him," Malcolm said.

"He cheated," John said.

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Former Ambassador John Negroponte to speak, Feb. 11

On Wednesday, Feb. 11, the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy will host the nation’s first Director of National Intelligence and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, John Negroponte. Ambassador Negroponte will engage Batten MPP students and undergraduates on key international policy challenges, and students will be able to probe one of the most respected U.S. policymakers of his generation. The discussion will take place at 12:00 p.m. in Garrett Great Hall.

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Christopher Ruhm Speaks About Paid Family Leave on PBS

PAUL SOLMAN:  Teacher Michelle Alcoser was back in the classroom only five-and-a-half weeks after having son Sebastian. That’s all the time she could afford.

MICHELLE ALCOSER:  When I first came back, he was still only sleeping about 90 minutes at a time, and having the time to sleep and handle all of the additional workload that comes with that was a logistical challenge.

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SE@U.Va. and Impact Business Leaders

Impact Business Leaders (IBL), a company dedicated to building the social enterprise sector, announced the launch of their IBL@U.Va.

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