Teaching & Learning
Design reviews are a staple activity for School of Architecture students, but not often do they include face-to-face feedback from one of the most renowned architects in the world.
France’s ambassador to the U.S. presented that nation’s highest decoration to Trinh at Carr’s Hill, citing his “exemplary personal commitment to the promotion of scientific culture and the transatlantic collaboration in the field of astrophysics.”
Research & Scholarship
Many enslaved and free black women’s actions that were construed as crimes in the Civil War period can also be understood as strategies of survival, resistance or self-expression, argues doctoral student Tamika Richeson.
Just 10 years after its debut, the band has gone from a start-up enterprise to becoming one of only 10 bands from across the nation selected to participate in the parade, a more-than-eight-decade Thanksgiving Day tradition.
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Spring is finally here and with it comes the Spring 2014 Instagram Photo Contest! To enter, tag your Instagram photo with #UVaPhotoContest and email your username to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor John Edwin Mason, who selected the winner for the Fall 2013 contest, will serve as judge once again and announce the winner on May 5.
Visit the contest site for complete rules, to see the submissions and, of course, learn about the prizes. Good luck!