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August 24, 2017 to June 22, 2018

The University of Virginia in 100 Objects

September 12, 2017 to May 7, 2018

Faculty Development: Workshops and Events

October 22, 2017 to October 22, 2018

McIntire Dept of Music - Chamber Music Series

News Highlights

Two University of Virginia faculty members have been elected to the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences: School of Law Dean Risa Goluboff and history professor emeritus Joseph C. Miller.

What factors influence trust in technologies such as self-driving vehicles? UVA researchers are trying to find out.

Computer circuit board
April 17, 2018

The Future of Computing

UVA researchers are conquering a decades-old bottleneck in processing power by redesigning computers to work more like the brain.

Six UVA faculty members across five different schools were recognized at a banquet at the foundation, where they received awards totaling $35,000.

With a recent NEH grant, English professor John O’Brien and Christine Ruotolo, the University Library’s director of arts and humanities, will expand a website that teachers and students can count on for providing authoritative texts.

Siva Vaidhyanathan, author of an upcoming book examining Facebook, discusses Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

UVA law professor George Yin recently was surprised to learn he is related to the late Chinese statesman W.W. Yen – UVA’s first international graduate and the namesake of a building set to be rededicated Friday.

Biochemistry researcher Sanchita Bhatnagar received a $300,000 Hartwell Individual Biomedical Research Award for her promising work on an array of brain disorders that impact girls.

Technology that remotely measures a byproduct of photosynthesis means that farmers may soon be able to check their crops’ health via satellite.

The Center for the Liberal Arts offered a free workshop to teachers, presenting ideas for teaching the difficult history of racial inequality in Charlottesville and the U.S., from its very beginning to present day.

The proposed AT&T-Time Warner merger is the first of its kind to be blocked by the Department of Justice in decades. With a trial now ongoing, we asked UVA media expert Christopher Ali to discuss what makes this deal different.