President Teresa A. Sullivan

Teresa A. Sullivan is the eighth President of the University of Virginia, having taken office on August 1, 2010. Since taking office, she has led UVA through a period of significant progress. In fall 2012, she launched a strategic planning effort to provide a road-map for the University's future while gathering input from 10,000 alumni, parents, students, faculty members, staff members, and other individuals.

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Former School of Law Dean John Jeffries and Dr. Karen S. Rheuban, director of UVA’s Center for Telehealth, received Thomas Jefferson Awards, and 439 third-year students received Intermediate Honors.
Carla Williams has served as an athletics administrator at the University of Georgia for the past 13 years. She succeeds Craig Littlepage.
The outcome of telling the history of slavery at UVA will be giving students and the public opportunities to learn more about what it has been and where it is headed, and to join together in that future, according to President Teresa A. Sullivan

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