GM

G. Paul Matherne

Professor
Unit: School of Medicine
Department: Department of Pediatrics
Office location and address
1215 Lee St
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
MD-PEDT The Clinical Congenital Heart Disease Demonstration Project - YR3
Source: Virginia Department Of Health
June 01, 2014 – May 31, 2016
MD-PEDT The Clinical Congenital Heart Disease Demonstration Project
Source: Virginia Department Of Health
June 01, 2013 – August 31, 2014
The Clinical Congenital Heart Disease Demonstration Project
Source: Virginia Department Of Health
August 23, 2012 – July 31, 2013
GBUS 7118: Explorations in Enterprise Leadership - Part III
Credits: 2
Washington, DC region provides a wealth of opportunities for engaging directly with topics relevant to the challenges of leading a global firm, exploring the challenges of managing diverse stakeholders, & discussing how we can leverage concepts from across our curriculum as we manage the uncertainties facing contemporary leaders. Course provides a diverse range of leadership experiences & topics.
GBUS 8030: Challenges to Health Care: A System Overview
Credits: 2
This course looks at the healthcare industry from the standpoint of the manager or entrepreneur who seeks to understand the fundamental challenges now occurring. Prerequisites: Restricted to Darden Students.
GBUS 8500: Special Topics Seminar
Credits: 2–3
Each seminar is a course of study for students with special interests in business administration topics not currently included in the normal course offerings of the MBA Program. The seminar topics should be consistent with the objectives of the Second Year Program.
GBUS 8530: Global Immersion
Credits: 2
This Darden Worldwide Course aims to develop a deeper understanding of a particular global business environment, what it takes to successfully enter and understand new business contexts, and how to develop a mindset as a leader across different cultures and institutions. The course accomplishes this by immersing students on-site in a new context to study these issues through engagement with local executives, global and local companies and organizations, meeting with government and community leaders, exploring activities of cultural and historical significance, and meeting with peers.
GBUS 8627: Understanding the Nonprofit Sector
Credits: 2
This course is based on the assumption that nonprofit organizations benefit individuals and society in numerous ways. It is designed to introduce students to the scope and the diversity of nonprofit organizations, to the unique governance, communications, and financing structures inherent in them, and to the innovative and creative opportunities available in them for well-trained and flexible management professionals.
PHS 8960: Supervised Independent Research I
Credits: 1–6
Supervised Independent Research
GBUS 8999: Darden Independent Study
Credits: 2–3
A Darden Independent Study elective includes either case development or a research project to be conducted by an individual student under the direction of a faculty member. Students should secure the agreement of a resident faculty member to supervise their independent study and assign the final grade that is to be based to a significant degree on written evidence of the individual student's accomplishment.