Events

August 26, 2016 to April 28, 2017

Final Fridays at the Fralin

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

Faulkner: Life and Works

News Highlights

Bill Therrien, a professor of special education, is working on how to train future practitioners in ways that best support children with autism.

Versteeg is one of 35 fellows nationally to each receive the $200,000 award, given by the Carnegie Corporation of New York to fund significant research and writing in the social sciences and humanities.

A new technique developed at the School of Medicine will help scientists analyze gene mutations and doctors customize treatments to benefit patients.

The endowment backs ideas that enhance teaching, scholarship and research, allow faculty and students to work closely together while engaging in hands-on learning, and enable the University to make an impact locally, nationally and globally.

The Clinical Research Forum has named the University of Virginia Health System’s pioneering use of focused sound waves to treat essential tremor – the most common movement disorder – as one of the top 10 clinical research achievements of 2016.

Several new studies in UVA’s Curry School of Education are parsing the effects of race and ethnicity in the classroom to help teachers promote higher achievement for all students.

UVA is at the forefront of a growing campaign to build awareness and action around the importance of reactive nitrogen as a lesser-known component of climate-forcing greenhouse gases and a major contributor to acid rain, dead zones and smog.

The imaging breakthrough lets scientists map gene locations in 3-D – and understand the huge effects that has on health.

Jefferson Scholars Foundation awards three outstanding professors and Facilities Management is honored for its continuing education programs.

After years of careful cataloging and preparation, the Papers of Senator John W. Warner will officially open to the public this week at UVA’s Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library.

Two distinguished faculty members will give the addresses during Final Exercises, set for May 20 and 21, and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate will speak to the graduates during Valedictory Exercises.