Events

July 22, 2017 to July 29, 2017

Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery

July 28, 2017 to August 4, 2017

Company: Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

News Highlights

A new project spearheaded by faculty at the School of Law aspires to improve the commonwealth’s criminal justice system through the collection and analysis of data.

About half a million people die each year from malaria, mostly children under the age of 5 who have not developed the ability to fight off the parasite that causes the disease. T

Outdoor enthusiasts have long been aware of the risk of Lyme disease from tick bites, but it’s only in recent years that people have noticed a strange new allergy to red meat that’s also associated with the insect’s bites.

Since the program’s inception, the number of minority students earning undergraduate STEM degrees at participating schools has increased by more than 150 percent.

A new study chaired by University of Virginia School of Law Professor Richard Bonnie provides extensive recommendations for curbing the problem.

Infants born with a high birthweight are more likely to become obese as children, a new study from the University of Virginia School of Medicine suggests.

A discovery that could change how we treat neurological diseases ranging from autism to multiple sclerosis to Alzheimer’s.

Associate professor Todd Sechser, an expert in nuclear security and international politics, explains the threat posed by North Korea’s recent missile test and why the alarm may be overblown.

Dedicated to the study of Alzheimer’s disease, UVA biology professor George Bloom’s lab has spent the last decade working to expand the scientific community’s still-primitive understanding of the disease’s underlying biology.

Curry School of Education professor Coby Meyers shares insights from his new book about the myths that hinder efforts to rapidly improve low-performing schools.

Brown Residential College’s traditional Hauntings on the Hill is getting a helping hand and fresh ideas from an engineering professor and local youths participating in a Computers4Kids summer camp.