Author William Faulkner on Grounds
February 6, 2017 to July 7, 2017

Faulkner: Life and Works

Women in hard hats
June 29, 2017

Girls Day

News Highlights

As the global refugee crisis has swollen to nearly 65 million displaced people, onlookers around the world are searching for ways to help.

Malaria remains a deadly problem in equatorial regions of the world as the chameleon-like parasite that causes the disease develops resistance to multiple drugs.

Education professor Amanda Williford is helping reshape the way Virginia thinks about kindergarten readiness.

More than four decades after burglars broke into Democratic National Committee headquarters, the Watergate scandal remains etched on the American psyche.

UVA currency expert Lana Swartz explains why cash is still king – or at least relevant – even in a world of digital payment platforms.

Cathy Campbell has seen palliative care find its place in American medicine.

Man sitting at picnic table
June 9, 2017

Give It A Rest

Using Olympic swimmers as a model, Darden professor Manel Baucells and a colleague found that taking a break can be more productive than powering on through one’s work.

Expanding Medicaid coverage is associated with better outcomes for heart surgery patients, according to a study led by University of Virginia School of Medicine researchers.

The UVA Environmental Resilience Institute and the Global Infectious Diseases Institute are the third and fourth pan-University institutes established since 2014.

As cyberattacks proliferate, computer scientist professor Aaron Bloomfield is teaching students to write programs that resist and maybe foil hackers.

Biologist Alan Bergland has long been fascinated by this evolutionary process of adaptation, particularly as it occurs among the “uncharismatic micro-fauna”.