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Inspired by a research grant she received as an undergraduate, Batten School alum Emily Laser now works for the nonprofit social enterprise One Acre Fund.
A virtual stock market for hip-hop artists, Nipun Singh’s Rapstock.io is one of this year’s most exciting student startups to come out of the UVa pipeline.
As HackCville’s first year of all-student leadership comes to a close, HackCville has announced its second student staff. The application process was competitive, with dozens of applications for only a handful of open positions. This new team of 9 students…
Meet Melody Koh, a 2007 graduate of UVa’s McIntire School of Commerce. She is currently a Product Manager at Blue Apron, a New York based e-commerce startup that makes cooking restaurant quality food easy and accessible to everyone.
Meet Katie Tyson, the jokingly dubbed “dog whisperer” and McIntire Alum. Katie runs Digital Marketing for Freshpet, a natural pet food company that’s changing the way we think about our furry friends, and more importantly, their diets.
The Harvard I-Lab is like HackCville in a few relevant ways. Its main goal is to help Harvard students grow and improve their entrepreneurial ideas and it’s a venue used for studying, meetings, and events. But other than that, there’s not much more the same–read on to see how.
U.Va. graduate Josh Jones didn’t follow a traditional career path, diving into consulting and startups when that was a less popular trend.
HackCville Media sits down with Guion Pratt, lead singer of the local band Nettles, to discuss their latest album and its creative process.
Preston Gisch, project manager at Vimeo, discusses how his experiences at U.Va. shaped his future career path, along with the values of positivity and collaboration.