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Batten Contributes to Business in Society Conference

(by Meredith Berger, BA '16)

On March 20, the student-led Business in Society conference took place at the Darden School of Business. Co-hosted by the Batten School, the conference focused on private-public partnerships and the intersection of business and society. The conference kicked off with a keynote by Andrew O'Brien, the Special Representative for Global Partnerships in the U.S. Secretary of State’s Office of Global Partnerships at the U.S. Department of State.

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Building Public Servants Conference: Education Policy Careers

The Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, Curry School of Education and University Career Services are collaborating to host a conference focused on careers in education policy on April 3. We hope you will join us for this great opportunity to learn more about career options, connect with alumni and meet professionals in the field.

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Eric Cantor Discusses Leadership with Students

Former Majority Leader Eric Cantor spoke to packed room of students at the Batten School on Friday, March 20, 2015. Cantor was chosen to be the MPP Class of 2015 speaker by graduate student leadership.

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Malcolm Brogdon, Virginia Star, Is Pursuing Master's Ahead of NBA

The New York Times (by Viv Bernstein)

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Amid the academic scandals at Syracuse, North Carolina and elsewhere around the N.C.A.A., maybe it just seems unusual these days to find athletes who also happen to be high-achieving students. But consider Malcolm Brogdon, the redshirt junior guard who helped lead Virginia to the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title and a top-five ranking for much of this season — all while he was working on a master’s degree in public policy.

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