News from the Batten Institute: Fall 2014

Entrepreneurship in Tibet
Darden faculty Martin Davidson, Andrea Larson and Sean Carr visited Tibet with David Germano, professor of religious studies, to explore how entrepreneurs may help address the region's economic, political and cultural challenges.

Eileen Chou, assistant professor of public policy, studies how subtle changes in workplace environments might boost innovation. Read more for the latest on her project, which is supported by the Batten Institute's Research Grant Program.



In his new best selling book, Darden Professor Edward D. Hess explores what the past 25 years of research in neuroscience, psychology, behavioral economics and education tell us about how individuals learn and how organizations can create environments that promote learning.

A venture in the 2014-15 class at U.Va.'s i.Lab Incubator located at Darden gives dentists an affordable and convenient way to adopt cutting-edge technology.

Improving the world through entrepreneurship and innovation