Works by drama students and faculty inspired by subjects ranging from American Sign Language to Bob Fosse dance movements are featured in this weekend’s Fall Experimental Dance Concerts.
College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Dean Meredith Woo will return to teaching, following a sabbatical, after her term ends in the spring.
A varied group of scholars from the University of Virginia will offer diverse perspectives on Syria’s civil war.
Social researchers from disciplines spanning the University will meet Sept. 27 for a retreat on the uses of quantitative methods.
“River Inside the River” is Gregory Orr’s latest book of poetry.
Experience the stages of childhood development as told through the eyes of a child with autism in a rare dramatic workshop performance of “Max Understood” on Sept. 22 and 23.
The event is a “thank you” to participating families, and organizers hope to attract others to take advantage of the lab’s services.
Speakers from U.Va., other Virginia universities and federal agencies will give the rundown of latest research on the health of trout streams in Virginia during a Saturday symposium.
Scholars at an interdisciplinary conference will discuss questions about interpreting culture, literature and the arts in the university and in everyday life.
Graber brings a range of historical characters into her “The Eternal City” poems.
Backed by a grant from the Mellon Foundation, the College of Arts & Sciences has brought on the first two of as many as 10 faculty members whose research crosses disciplinary borders.
The third-year University of Virginia student founded “Neighbors-4-Neighbors” to support local food banks while a high school student.
State Del. David Toscano (D-57th) accepted an invitation from U.Va. environmental sciences graduate students to learn about research efforts there. His visit coincided with Congressional Visit Day.
Printmaking, woodcarving, astronomy, dance and more – David Bosun, the new resident artist at the Kluge-Ruhe museum, is a man of many talents.
Hundreds of students, faculty, staff and community members gathered on Grounds Wednesday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and revive the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream.
David Gies has begun a three-year term as president of the International Association of Hispanists.
A new environmental sciences study shows that 97 rivers in the East have seen increased alkalinity in recent decades. Curiously, researchers think acid rain may be the cause.
For the first time, families can participate in Virginia Film Festival family events at U.Va.’s Betsy and John Casteen Arts Grounds.
In honor of Edgar Allan Poe’s West Range address – 13 – here’s the rundown on what’s coming, and what you may have missed over the summer.
Since the creation of the fund in 2008, the Ivy Foundation has awarded $860,000 to research collaborations that have the potential to yield leading-edge diagnostics, technology and treatments for a wide range of human health problems.