Copied from UVA Today August 07, 2018 Read More...
Three recent University of Virginia graduates will continue their studies this fall in the United Kingdom with Rotary Global Grants of $40,000.
 
Kevin Cao of Fairfax, who in May earned a master’s degree in commerce from the McIntire School of Commerce and a bachelor’s degree in global development studies from the College of Arts & Sciences, will pursue a master’s degree in comparative and international education at the University of Oxford.
 
Tim Ford of Denville, New Jersey, another May graduate, will pursue a master’s degree in Latin American studies at the University of Cambridge. With his double major, Ford focused on finance, management and global commerce at the McIntire School of Commerce and Spanish at the College of Arts & Sciences, adding a minor in economics.
 
David Varghese of Centreville, a 2018 graduate with a bachelor’s degree in global development studies and a candidate for an accelerated Master of Public Policy degree from the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, plans to pursue a Master of Public Health degree at Imperial College London.