In celebration of Pride Month, we want to celebrate the students and schools who are demonstrating their commitment to advancing LGBTQ+ voices, rights, and representation in their communities.
Hamza Belafia sometimes struggles to find a balance between his Moroccan heritage and American upbringing – but his time at the University of Virginia has helped to unite both sides of his background.
Can a passion for athletics help you when it comes to studying a master’s? We spoke to Justice Dixon, a University of Virginia athlete and student at McIntire School of Commerce, to learn about the similarities between the two.
The support network at the UVA McIntire School of Commerce has helped its students navigate a turbulent few years in Charlottesville, Virginia. We spoke to master’s student Mahum Chaudry about her experience at McIntire and how a scholarship made her studies possible in the first place.
Collaboration has become a key skill to thrive not only in the workplace, but in society at large. Dean Brooks is a graduate student at the McIntire School of Commerce, where he’s completing his Master’s in Accounting, a STEM-designated program that uses accounting and analytics to solve complex business problems and become a leader in the field. Dean tells MASTERGRADSCHOOLS about his experience in the program and why communication and collaboration are the most important skills needed to succeed in grad school.