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August 24, 2017 to June 22, 2018

The University of Virginia in 100 Objects

October 22, 2017 to October 22, 2018

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News Highlights

The guide helps researchers who are mapping out the human body, molecule by molecule, avoid potential pitfalls that could inadvertently compromise their work.

Since joining the faculty in 1979, Judith Shatin, William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Music, has contributed to several decades of impressive growth in the department and its computer music program, her brainchild. She is retiring this month.

Safer drinking water for more people is the goal of a new UVA-inspired company that offers a simple and innovative water-purification product.

Ruling in favor of the State of New Jersey and against the NCAA, NFL, NBA, NHL and Major League Baseball, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down a federal law that required states to ban gambling on the outcome of sporting events.

The California-based alumni’s latest gift of $43.9 million will support student scholarships and establish the Karsh Center for Law and Democracy.

Professors Kieran O’Connor and Amar Cheema used 20 seasons of “Dancing with the Stars” to confirm that judges unconsciously give higher ratings over time – whether judging a dance show, an essay or a product on Amazon.

A UVA terrestrial ecologist is using a NASA grant to study tundra plant diversity, tied to climate change. The findings could influence conservation efforts.

UVA President Teresa A. Sullivan has announced a revised policy regarding the time, place and manner of expressive activity by groups that are unaffiliated with the University meeting outdoors on University property.

The Forbes survey asked employees from across 25 industries to rank working conditions, salary, potential for development and company image.

The goal of a new UVA center is to bring together engineers and medical professionals to create innovative medicines, treatments and technologies.

The University of Virginia’s Board of Visitors announced significant expansions of two scholarship programs that support underrepresented and underserved student populations, and of one fund created to attract top faculty.