UVA assistant media studies professor Chris Ali spent his summer driving around small farm towns in the Midwest to get a better handle on why high-speed internet there remains so scarce.
Gabrielle Adams, an assistant professor in the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy who has researched what makes apologies effective, breaks down the recent Facebook and Starbucks mea culpas.
UVA public policy and economics professor William Shobe relies on data-driven economics to analyze the impact of the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris climate change accord.
New research by UVA’s Craig Volden offers strategies for overcoming ideological biases in policymaking.
Can a text message help assuage the phenomenon of “summer melt,” when students, mostly lower on the socio-economic spectrum, fail to enroll in college even after they have been accepted?