Events

January 14, 2019 to February 1, 2019

Exhibition: In The Mindset of Martin

News Highlights

The School of Data Science will position the University as a global leader in efforts to improve society through teaching and research based on the powerful, emerging field of data science.

Which begs some questions: Who makes such calls? Why does it matter? And how do business degrees fit into science, technology, engineering and math?

The new radio series highlights several initiatives in which members of the community join faculty and students to pursue a common good.

East of the Rotunda and Brooks Hall, a tall fence wrapped in green marks out an important construction project: the future Memorial to Enslaved Laborers at the University of Virginia.

The fund supports endowed professorships and helps the University recruit and retain the very best faculty. President Jim Ryan described the fund as “critical to our current and future success.”

Fourteen UVA faculty mentors participate in the Beckman Scholars Program, which funds 15 months of student research for two undergraduates a year.

As images and data stream back from New Horizons over the next 20 months, astronomers will gain a wealth of new information from the object about how rocky planets form and how our solar system came together.

UVA’s Global Infectious Diseases Institute is funding cross-disciplinary approaches to address health problems around the globe.

Darden School of Business professor Sean Martin explores the impact that social class transitioners – those who move between socioeconomic classes as children and adults – can have in the workplace.

The Sheila C. Johnson Center provides multidisciplinary clinical training for students and services to the community. Its new director shares how data and technology are transforming the field – and improving experiences.

For the sixth straight time – and for what will be 36 years running – the UVA’s Long-Term Ecological Research Project on Virginia’s Eastern Shore has received significant funding from its primary sponsor, the National Science Foundation.