UVa anticipates larger role in area growth patterns

image As new technology companies continue to percolate in Charlottesville and Albemarle County, the University of Virginia wants to know if its graduates can help provide more of the talent. “Every May, we have over 3,500 students largely leaving this area and going elsewhere in the country,” said Pat Hogan, executive vice president and chief operating officer at UVa. “There is so much talent that graduates and leaves the area. If we can find ways to keep more of that talent here, it could really impact the region.” Hogan made his comment at the March meeting of the Planning and ...

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