The concerts, to be held March 22 and 23, will feature principal trombonist Nathan Dishman, a member of the U.Va. music faculty.
Even when the tumor spreads beyond the prostate, treatment of the primary tumor can increase patients’ survival rates, perhaps dramatically, according to the research.
This year’s medalists join a distinguished roster of medal winners that includes architects I.M. Pei and Frank Gehry, seven U.S. Supreme Court justices and several U.S. senators.
U.Va. fourth-year Charlie Tyson, who will attend Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar this fall, gives an opinion on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
U.Va. graduate and professional schools continue to thrive in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report rankings.
“With Good Reason,” a public radio show featuring faculty from Virginia’s public colleges and universities, has been providing listeners with free mini-courses on everything from dialects to the national debt for nearly 22 years.
The March 19-23 festival – a book lover’s dream – will celebrate the printed word in all its variations, with plenty of participation from members of the U.Va. community.
The students won a Supreme Court ruling in their favor in a federal firearms case, outdueling the U.S. Solicitor General’s Office.
A year after students approved a new “informed retraction” option, nine students have opted to leave the University for a year before going through a trial. Outgoing Honor Committee Chair Evan Behrle reflects on the revamped system.
The research provides important insight into B-cell leukemia, the causes of which are poorly understood, and could lead to new and better treatments.
“Joseph Cornell and Surrealism,” a landmark exhibit opening Friday, focuses on the work of the American pioneer of collage, montage and assemblage art during the 1930s and ’40s, when surrealism was in its heyday in the United States.
Classroom programs designed to improve elementary school students’ social and emotional skills can also increase reading and math achievement, the U.Va.-led study finds.
University of Virginia professor and historian Andrew Jackson O’Shaughnessy, who holds dual citizenship in the U.S. and U.K., offers a rare perspective on America’s Revolutionary War.
Marking this year’s global 25th anniversary celebration of the fall of the Berlin Wall, four panels from the Wall itself will be delivered Monday to Grounds as part of a yearlong loan to the University.
The National Roofing Contractors Association recognized W.A. Lynch Roofing Co. of Charlottesville for its challenging work on the World Heritage Site.
Scholars discussed what the world could gain by paying more attention to disability.
U.Va.’s Board of Visitors tapped third-year Meg Gould as its student representative, beginning June 1. Gould said she hopes to increase the communication between students and board members.
U.Va. researchers find foreign-born Virginians making an impact.
From outstanding mentors to unsung heroes, black student leaders highlighted their peers and several others who “lift as they climb,” including Rector George K. Martin, at a special event last week.
One hundred years after the outbreak of the Great War, Europe is again in crisis. If Europe as a union is to survive, what might hold it together? The new Hedgehog Review explores possible paths ahead.