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Batten Hour

Batten Hour Events are open to all Batten Faculty, Students and Staff.

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Join P.R.I.D.E. at Batten for a Batten Hour conversation with Victoria Lill, an attorney within the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division.

This AACSB International webinar, sponsored and presented by SAGE Publishing, focused on the growing importance of social enterprises and how educators can build connections with these companies to enrich the business curriculum for their students. In this session, Professors Bala Mulloth and María Ballesteros-Sola discussed approaches to both building bridges from the classroom to the enterprises as how to leverage these relationships to help create impactful c

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The Virginia Policy Review hosts Washington Post Supreme Court Reporter Bob Barnes for a preview and discussion of the U.S. Supreme Court's high-profile term that includes decisions on guns, abortion, religion and race. 

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Join Dean Ian Solomon for a community conversation as we kick off the fall semester.


Please join us for a panel discussion about the important work Batten faculty do to strengthen our relationship within the Charlottesville community. UVA President Jim Ryan will provide opening remarks and Dean Ian Solomon will moderate a panel of Batten faculty and Charlottesville community leaders.


Please join us for a Batten Hour conversation with His Excellency Philippe Etienne, Ambassador of France to the United States, and Batten student Sean Bielawski (MPP '21), a member of Batten's Virginia Policy Review.


Please join us for Batten Hour, featuring Aneesh Chopra, co-founder and executive vice president of Hunch Analytics, a technology firm focused on improving the productivity of public and regulated sectors of the economy through data analytics. Stay tuned for additional details.


In recognition of UVA Founder’s Day, please join us for coffee and donuts from Carpe Donuts. Use the signup sheet below to reserve your 15-minute time slot in the 8:30-11:30am window to pick up a treat in front of Brown College at Monroe Hill.


This special Batten Hour conversation will leverage the insights of professional athletes, activists and Batten alumni to highlight the challenges and opportunities that athletes face in promoting progress.


Join Batten's Craig Volden, professor of public policy and politics and director of the Center for Effective Lawmaking (CEL), and Gerry Warburg, professor of practice of public policy, for a conversation on the CEL’s recently-released legislative effectiveness scores for the 116th Congress.