Events

October 22, 2017 to October 22, 2018

McIntire Dept of Music - Chamber Music Series

August 21, 2018 to August 22, 2018

New Faculty Orientation

News Highlights

Academic societies’ most prestigious honors are typically reserved for researchers at the ends of their careers, as a way to recognize a lifetime of groundbreaking work.

UVA is developing a new statewide, multi-site “Biocomplexity Initiative” that seeks to employ the principles of interdisciplinary team science to integrate such diverse disciplines as molecular science and public policy analysis in order to solve complex and multidimensional problems in medicine and society.

Since December 2016, the University has allocated $200 million in strategic investments to provide matching funds to create new scholarship endowments.

The appointments include the executive vice president and provost, executive vice president and chief operating officer, and dean of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

A first-generation college graduate, Ryan takes office with an ambition to help UVA move into its third century as a service-oriented public institution by building on its fundamental values and strengths.

Early UVA history, new educational opportunities, community involvement, dedicated events and ideas for future research and commemoration are among highlights in the final report of the President’s Commission on Slavery and the University.

Your child is a visual learner. She does better when information is presented in diagrams and graphs. You’d think she would do better if her teacher taught that way, right? Nope.

UVA’s Houston Wood, an expert on gas centrifuges and nuclear proliferation, explains what the world is up against in trying to keep Iran and North Korea from developing nuclear weapons.

Gaurav Giri, an assistant professor in UVA’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, and Bala Mulloth, an assistant professor in UVA’s Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, are creating a one-of-a-kind public health product.

The American Society for Engineering Education’s magazine recently cited University of Virginia chemical engineer Kyle Lampe for his mentorship of students in the classroom and in the laboratory.

The University of Virginia’s Global Infectious Diseases Institute has funded seven projects designed to tackle challenging problems in infectious diseases worldwide.