Darden will open a dynamic, new space on the top two floors of a 31-story building in the capital region, enabled by a transformative gift from the Sands family.
The Executive MBA Class of 2019 arrived with a record 66 students in the Rosslyn section, demonstrating the program's success in the D.C. area.
Darden's multi-pronged strategy in the Washington, D.C., area is creating a hub for thought leadership, research, events, executive education and academic programs.
Professor Bob Bruner examined the use of optimism by U.S. presidents since World War II to provide insights on how President Trump can leverage optimism as a leadership tool.
A devoted group of alumni are working to bolster the ranks of top female students hailing from the Washington, D.C., area.
The executive formats of the Darden MBA are available in two locations: at Darden in Charlottesville and, for the first time, in the capital region.
Darden Executive Education offers short courses and the Darden Business Essentials, providing a taste of the MBA experience for those considering business school, in the D.C. area.
Darden Research Centers of Excellence conduct thought leadership events and programs in the capital region, such as the Batten Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation’s partnership with startup incubator 1776.