UVA Center for Politics Announces 2021 Class of 22nd Century Scholars

UVA Center for Politics Announces 2021 Class of 22nd Century Scholars Students Will Gain Public Sector Work Experience and Engage in Real World International Diplomacy; UVA Alumni Will Serve as Career Mentors CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va – The University of Virginia Center for Politics in partnership with the Miller Center, Weldon Cooper...

UVA Center for Politics Hosts Mongolia Delegation

UVA Center for Politics Hosts Mongolia Delegation (CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.) – From Thursday, May 20 through Tuesday, May 25, the University of Virginia Center for Politics is hosting the Leaders Advancing Democracy – Mongolia (LEAD Mongolia) fellowship featuring 30 high-achieving young professionals from across Mongolia. The program is operated by the...

Ipsos, Center for Politics Unveil 2020 Political Atlas

New Tool Pairs Advanced Polling Models and Crystal Ball Ratings with Social Media, Fundraising, Ad Spending, and Media Analysis (CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA) -- Ipsos, the global research firm, in conjunction with the University of Virginia Center for Politics, has unveiled its Political Atlas for the 2020 presidential election. With just weeks...

The Blue Wave:

Early results on election night suggested that Democrats had failed to make significant gains in the 2018 midterms. After all the votes were counted, a blue wave crashed on American electoral politics as Democrats won the House the Representatives and …

Charlottesville [Emmy 2018]

“Charlottesville,” revisits the tragic events of Aug. 11 and 12, 2017 to grapple with the difficult question of how such hateful acts could have occurred in modern America. Now over a year since the violent white supremacists’ demonstrations, this gripping two-hour feature provides an in-depth examination of Charlottesville in the...