Kluge-Ruhe presents Nights at the Museum
June 20, 2019 to August 15, 2019

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News Highlights

English professor Stephen Railton and colleagues are collaborating on a website that shows characters, events and locations of fictional Yoknapatawpha County prevalent in Faulkner’s work.

Farmers are working with faculty members from the University of Virginia and UVA-Wise to make the crop an economic stabilizer.

A UVA psychologist’s guide to why teens behave the way they do – and what can set them up for success.

UVA’s Center for Biomechanics finds that seat-belted females are more vulnerable to injury in front-end car crashes than males.

Vander Meulen put on his sleuthing hat and offered his best explanation for the envelope’s origin.

Dementia takes a toll not only on the patient, but also the caregiver. A UVA technology that measures vocal fluctuations may help caregivers find the time to care for themselves.

June 18, 2019

Learning to Listen

Revisit Grounds with recordings from Bodos, the McGregor Room and more, and learn how one professor is using sound in the classroom.

Over the past 22 years, Zeithaml worked with faculty, staff, students and alumni to achieve the Commerce school’s position of global preeminence in business education.

President Jim Ryan said the plan’s title reflects his belief that universities will only be able to achieve true greatness by living their values and by adopting a broader view of their responsibility to employees, neighbors and society. 

Professor Ashley Deeks of the University of Virginia School of Law says the law is running behind technology advances that can have national security implications.

Professor Tai leads a research team at the Curry School of Education and Human Development focused on science education, studying topics like student engagement in K-12 science, the retention of students in the science pipeline and factors influencing success in college science courses.