The James H. Aylor Student Collaboration Center provides a modern, collaborative workspace for students to use 24/7.
The vast majority of the growth occurred in Northern Virginia, while the rest of the commonwealth appeared apprehensive about “having babies, buying houses or making big moves.”
Now in his 47th academic year as a faculty member at the University of Virginia, Ken Elzinga is showing no signs of slowing down.
Members of the President’s Commission on Slavery and the University will give an overview of the panel’s mission, vision and update on current research.
Initially founded as a faculty speaker’s bureau, the mission of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies mission has remain constant: to bring the resources of a world-class university to the people of Virginia – and beyond.
The first batch of offers of admission to U.Va.’s Class of 2019 circulated Friday, and we captured some of the social media reaction.
The event, part of the Martin Luther King community celebration, brought people together to share their histories and emphasize their human connections.
In recent years, the Andy Warhol Foundation has been giving original Warhol art to college and university art galleries, and The Fralin Museum of Art at U.Va. has been a regular recipient of its generosity.
Unmanned aerial systems collect, process, store and disseminate a wide array of data, and technology developed at the University of Virginia can help keep that data in the correct hands.
More than 800,000 students nationwide, including those at U.Va., will receive the sexual assault climate survey in April, making it among the largest ever conducted.
The U.Va. Health System’s electronic medical record system, combined with a $7 million federal grant, may allow primary care physicians to get opinions from specialists without requiring patients to make a face-to-face visit.
The former two-sport Virginia student-athlete and Jefferson Scholar – now a 2016 Olympic hopeful in rowing – will be recognized at halftime of the Cavalier women’s basketball game on Sunday.
U.Va.’s Career Services office will host a week dedicated to preparing second-year students for the workforce. Each event caters specifically to second-year students at different stages of their career and internship preparation.
Researchers at U.Va. and elsewhere have discovered a previously unknown response to central nervous system injuries that may change the way doctors treat brain and spinal injuries as well as neuro-degenerative conditions.
A new study has found that American conservatives think more like Asians, and liberals are the extreme Westerners in thought styles.
U.Va. students in the School of Architecture kicked off their semester with a weeklong design competition. The winning design incorporated safety elements, connectivity to grounds and sustainability on the Ivy-Emmet corridor.
Dean Dorrie K. Fontaine, the Sadie Heath Cabaniss Professor of Nursing and Associate Chief Nursing Officer for UVA Health System, is the recipient of the Health System’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Award for 2015.
In the latest edition of the Virginia News Letter, published by U.Va.’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, U.Va. alumna Helen Gibson argues that restoration of convicted felons’ voting rights speeds their reintegration into civic life.
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Tuesday that an Arkansas inmate could wear a beard according to his religious beliefs, in a case argued by University of Virginia School of Law professor Douglas Laycock.
Among spouses who misjudged each other’s happiness in the marriage, economics’ bargaining theory predicted a divorce rate higher than it actually was six years later. What would explain this? That’s where love comes in.