U.Va. graduate and professional schools continue to thrive in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report rankings.
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.
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.
“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.
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.
A potentially harmful racial bias appears in middle childhood, a U.Va. study has determined.
Bruce Holsinger’s first novel follows a mysterious – and potentially dangerous – manuscript from London alleys to the outskirts of the city to the royal court, as protagonist John Gower attempts to track it down.
Ukrainian and Ukrainian-American students discussed the crisis in Kiev alongside experts in a forum hosted Friday by the Slavic Student Association. Although students planned the event weeks ago, the panel’s timing proved serendipitous.
U.Va. astronomer Nitya Kallivayalil and colleagues have measured the rotation rate of the Large Magellanic Cloud.
Beloved music professor Ernest “Boots” Mead Jr., 95, who inspired generations of University of Virginia students, died Feb. 13.
Since the late 19th century, French cinema has been captivating audiences around the world. This week, the U.Va. French Film Festival will bring the continuing magic of French cinema to Grounds and the local community from Feb. 12 to 16.
A leading physicist from the University of Michigan will give a nuclear and particle physics lecture on Feb. 14.
The College of Arts & Sciences is in strong shape after addressing financial challenges, Dean Meredith Jung-En Woo said Friday in her State of the College address. Now it must seek new ways to engage with its digital native students.
The ideas of Darwin will be celebrated at the biology department on Monday with lab tours and a lecture by Harvard biologist Scott Edwards.
A U.Va.-led physics study at two national labs has given new insight to the properties of quarks, a particle that makes up atoms.
A long-term U.Va. mountain stream study has informed air-quality decisions by the EPA. Its coordinator, environmental scientist Rick Webb, has retired, but will continue with the work.
The Arctic Design Initiative incorporates environmental, political, economic and cultural factors into designing the future of one of Earth’s most forbidding landscapes. An exhibit on its work runs through Feb. 15.
Learn about U.Va. founder Thomas Jefferson in “Age of Jefferson,” a new Massive Open Online Course featuring expert Peter Onuf and made in conjunction with Monticello.
A full house at the Paramount Theater watched a documentary that follows Rita Dove’s journey from her childhood in Ohio to her daily life today.