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Dominica Sunset

UVA’s Dominica Field Experience is a 3-credit May term course focused on social entrepreneurship on the Caribbean island of Dominica. This incredible course gives students the opportunity to explore Dominica, meet with local entrepreneurs, and understand how resources and policy support entrepreneurship. Spend two weeks on the Nature Island exploring social entrepreneurship - not to mention hiking waterfalls - and still get back in time for your summer internship. 

Students in Garrett Hall

For many in the University community, Tuesday, Sept. 8 was a pivotal date. Since the University’s announcement on Aug. 4 that in-person classes would begin in some capacity on that day, students, faculty and staff alike have been waiting with bated breath to begin a semester of classes unlike any in recent memory. With one week of in-person class now complete, students, including third-year Batten student Sydney Cherry, reflect on their first time in a classroom in six months.

Brendan J. Boler

Brendan Boler is an assistant professor of public policy at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. Boler specializes in management consulting, high-performance coaching, and talent assessment and selection. He has extensive experience within the fields of management consulting and banking, having worked at Accenture, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley. 

Join us for a joint info session for prospective students interested in Batten and McIntire. This event is hosted by the Batten Latinx Network and the Latino Student Network at McIntire.

Bevin Etienne

Bevin Etienne is an assistant professor and general faculty at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. Etienne has extensive teaching and course development experience in the areas of sustainability, entrepreneurship, energy, and engineering design. He emphasizes the importance of capacity building in promoting sustainability and social entrepreneurship in developing countries as well as the role of open source in innovation and entrepreneurship.