While the Rotunda has been the centerpiece of the University of Virginia for nearly 200 years, renovations are offering fresh insights into the building’s history and construction – even details from before the 1895 fire that destroyed the original building.
A class assignment to use engineering concepts to craft musical instruments from cigar boxes culminated in an impromptu concert at the University of Virginia’s Madison Hall.
Russia’s ruble has been in a tailspin because of falling oil prices and Western sanctions levied in the wake of Moscow’s incursion into Ukraine. Russia expert Allen C. Lynch explains the situation and lays out some possible answers to the crisis.
University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan and Rector George Keith Martin met on Wednesday with faculty members in a town hall discussion focused on next steps for U.Va. on the issues of sexual assault and student safety.
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In a statement, University Rector George Keith Martin said that the results of an independent review of the University’s policy, practices and procedures regarding sexual assault will be made publicly available.
The rankings, which balance academic strength and cost factors, have included U.Va. among the nation’s top 100 – public or private – since their inception in 2008.
With the help of a new $2.5 million grant, a ‘quantum leap’ improvement in measurement is coming just as state legislatures are increasingly questioning the effectiveness of vocational rehabilitation programs.
Including a measure of breast density makes any model for predicting an individual’s risk of developing breast cancer much more accurate, according to the study.
The student a capella groups joined forces to provide some holiday cheer this season with a mash-up of “Winter Song” and “White Winter Hymnal.”
Audio recorded and mixed by James Gammon.
U.Va. professor and administrator Rick Horwitz, a master of the multidisciplinary team approach to solving scientific problems, will lead the institute, created and bankrolled by Microsoft founder Paul Allen.
Marginalia, notes and other items hidden in the pages of pre-1923 books on Alderman library’s shelves will be preserved with a grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources.
Thomas C. Skalak and John C. Herr were both honored for their efforts to translate their research from basic science into products that benefit society at large.
Seven legislators serving Central Virginia have been invited to the annual Legislative Forum, where they will share their views on the upcoming session and hear constituents’ concerns.
The work describes groundbreaking software to analyze X-ray diffraction data to reveal the atomic architecture of molecules essential for life.
Using TV clips and mock trials, the law students are teaching their younger counterparts about their rights and perhaps stimulating their interest in studying the law.
On Tuesday, for the third year in a row, the Virginia Gentlemen, U.Va.’s oldest a cappella group, brought the spirit of Christmas to the White House in a vocal performance of holiday classics.
The commonwealth of Virginia’s highest faculty honor comes this year to an esteemed U.Va. English professor and a leading young biologist.
David R. Whitesell will receive the prize for “A Bibliographical Description of Books and Pamphlets of American Verse Printed from 1610 through 1820.”
The director of U.Va.’s Institutional Review Board for Health Sciences Research was awarded for her teaching of ethical conduct to hundreds of professionals.