The Miller Center is honored to work with our partners at the University of Virginia and beyond to host PrezFest 2019
The University of Virginia is proud to celebrate 200 years of commitment to the "illimitable freedom of the human mind."
UVA's College of Arts & Sciences
The College is committed to providing students with a strong liberal arts education, equipping them with an extensive base of intellectual skills.
James Monroe's Highland
Highland is the home of James Monroe, fifth President of the United States, and is part of William and Mary, Monroe’s alma mater.
Center for Politics
The UVA Center for Politics is the nation’s preeminent institution for the study and promotion of civic education and political participation.
UVA's Curry School of Education
The Curry School is considered one of the leading education schools in the country, thanks to an evidence-based approach that sets it apart.
The lifelong home of James Madison—father of the Constitution and architect of the Bill of Rights—Montpelier reveals how the U.S. Constitution affects our everyday lives.
Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s plantation, was the center of his world—and so, to understand Jefferson, one must understand this revolutionary UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Focusing on events, teaching, research, and outreach, UVA's Morven hosts programs on global education, science and technology, and enhancement of the student experience.
Organizations representing Presidents Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe seek unity through the Presidential Precinct’s mission to engage and inspire emerging leaders.
American Evolution celebrates the 400th anniversary of events in Virginia that continue to define us: cultural diversity, historical traditions, and the entrepreneurial spirit.
In operation since 1902, Titan America is a leading environmentally and socially progressive heavy building materials company located in the eastern United States.
Through programs for student leaders, political candidates, and community leaders, the Sorensen Institute restores public confidence in our political system.
Weldon Cooper Center
The Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service combines knowledge of government, communities, and the people of Virginia with research, expertise, and training.
UVA School of Law
Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia School of Law is the second-oldest continuously operating law school in the nation.
UVA's Batten School
Of the 250-plus public policy schools in the U.S., the Batten School is the only one explicitly committed to teaching leadership in addition to rigorous data analysis.