Doctors hope their discovery will help battle glioblastoma, the most common form of brain cancer in adults, which usually kills its victims within two or three years.
Efforts of the Hoo’s Well Program have earned U.Va. kudos from the American Cancer Society and the American Heart Association.
Underground passages will be refurbished as part of utility work at the University of Virginia.
A new measure of poverty finds that Northern Virginia’s poverty rate is much greater, and other regions in the state are much lower than previously reported.
President Teresa A. Sullivan at the May meeting of the Board of Visitors outlined five emergent ideas that would help drive the University’s future.
After more than 180 years, the West Range rooms, part of Jefferson’s original Academical Village, are slated to get new roofs.
Three employees won iPads for their ideas to generate cost savings and efficiencies for the University.
Boot-scootin’ boogie, barbecue and wine will converge June 7 to help raise money for the Charlottesville and University Symphony Orchestra.
Colleagues describe Emily Drake as “personally invested in her students,” a “creative and gifted educator” and someone who “challenges, mentors, and, through her teaching coaching and advising, ensures they become the best nurses they hope to be.”
Two U.Va. doctors receive Hartwell awards, one to identify children at risk for chronic kidney disease, the other to improve the treatment of infections in children with cancer.
The veteran board member will eventually succeed George K. Martin, who begins his two-year term as rector July 1.
Interlibrary loan works smoothly for U.Va.-Wise faculty and students, thanks to Kimberly Marshall.
Equal parts adviser, mentor, admission coach and office manager, Jeannine Fields takes care of all things in admission for the McIntire School of Commerce.
Thousands of people depend on Wilma Lynch’s management of the Health Sciences Library to carry on their work and research.
The $2.7 billion spending plan includes provisions for increasing the pay of faculty and staff.
Two U.Va. School of Architecture faculty members have won prestigious awards for their “unbuilt projects” from the Washington, D.C. chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
The 33 members of the Class of 2017 – among the nation’s top high school seniors – include eight students from the Old Dominion.
Former U.S. Senator urges the Class of 2013 to use their newfound achievement to take on society’s greatest challenges.
U.Va. President Teresa A. Sullivan announced the completion of one of the most ambitious campaigns in American educational history at Sunday’s Final Exercises.
Comedian Stephen Colbert’s Valediction address to a near-capacity crowd at John Paul Jones Arena was a bright spot on a rainy day.