sea net exhibit
July 28, 2017 to January 28, 2018

Exhibit: Ghost Nets

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August 24, 2017 to June 22, 2018

The University of Virginia in 100 Objects

News Highlights

Shilpa Davé, a media studies professor and assistant dean in the College of Arts & Sciences, discussed the problem with Apu in her 2013 book and in the recent documentary.

Families are gathering far and near to celebrate holiday cheer, but you are feeling glum? Follow these tips from UVA clinical psychologist Peter Sheras for a happier, healthier celebration.

A panel led by law professor Richard Bonnie, one of the state’s most respected health policy advisers, is calling on legislators to commit significant and lasting resources to community-based care.

Curry School of Education professor Carolyn Callahan is being recognized alongside an outstanding UVA scholar-athlete by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.

The next step: Find or design a drug that can inhibit the triggering enzyme.

Biomedical engineering professor Kevin Janes and colleagues are looking for an end-around path to solving the triple-negative breast cancer puzzle.

First-year students in Patricia Sullivan’s “Writing as/and Technology” course gain new appreciation for old methods and explore communication in the digital age.

After three months on the job, Melur K. “Ram” Ramasubramanian is promoting collaboration among researchers from many fields in attacking the problems that will attract new sources of research funding.

The nation’s first major-party female presidential nominee was the headline speaker at the Women’s Global Leadership Forum, a two-day conference that was part of UVA’s bicentennial celebration.

Psychology professor Angeline Lillard talks about her research into the gains preschoolers make in the historic curriculum.

Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have discovered that certain prostate cancers and lymphomas have a major genetic weakness that doctors can exploit to help save patients’ lives.