University of Virginia employees have led all state agencies in giving to the Commonwealth of Virginia charity drive at least 16 consecutive years, and donated nearly $1 million last year. This year’s drive kicks off Monday.
Wilson is already one of the most accessible presidents in U.S. history, thanks to the Papers of Woodrow Wilson, published by Princeton University Press. Now, U.Va. Press will put more than 38,400 documents online through their electronic imprint, Rotunda.
U.Va.’s Miller Center and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute release the collection today that includes interviews with the late senator and others recounting the life and legacy of one of the most influential legislators in U.S. history.
The “pay for success” model would fund expanded prenatal and early childhood health care for thousands of low-income Virginians. If the program hits its targets, the community benefits and the government will repay its investors – with interest.
More than 1,000 University of Virginia employees volunteered Wednesday for the annual United Way Laurence E. Richardson Day of Caring, completing more than 100 projects at 54 sites.
Bernie Sanders was the first candidate in the 2016 presidential field to appear on the center’s “American Forum” series, greeting enthusiastic crowds before taping an interview segment that will be broadcast on PBS affiliates around the country.
In its 10 years of existence, the corps – made up of recent graduates – has helped more than 10,000 Virginia high school students enroll in post-secondary institutions. Now the program is being duplicated nationwide.
The new “Cavaliers Collect” exhibition includes diverse pieces from every century of art history and many countries around the globe, brought together by the common alma mater of their owners. Included: works by Pablo Picasso – and Bob Dylan.
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education recognizes the University for its comprehensive work integrating sustainability into its whole program.
Partnering with the School of Nursing, associate drama professor Marianne Kubik recruited a pro bono cast of U.Va. faculty for a film that is being used to train perinatal home visitors to recognize and respond to domestic violence.