Nursing professor Audrey Snyder is employing telemedicine to reduce disparities in the outcomes of women with highly treatable cervical and uterine cancers.
France’s ambassador to the U.S. presented that nation’s highest decoration to Trinh at Carr’s Hill, citing his “exemplary personal commitment to the promotion of scientific culture and the transatlantic collaboration in the field of astrophysics.”
Attendees will leave the summit with investing ideas on new opportunities and trends, based on active discussion with leaders in the field.
The University of Virginia’s summer drama offerings are heavy on comedy and music in 2014.
The South-By-Southwest-inspired festival of innovation, music and art, presented in partnership with U.Va., features myriad U.Va. connections.
Popular U.Va. physics professor Lou Bloomfield has dedicated his career to bringing science to general audiences. “Any science that I can get on TV is a triumph,” he said, “and combining science with sports is a good way to get people’s attention.”
Teach those lowercase letters! That and other findings by Curry School of Education researchers on the academic, emotional, social and physical wellbeing of kids across the span of childhood put a wealth of information at parents’ fingertips.
Three U.Va. undergraduates receive prestigious prize to analyze and improve special education in Africa.
With women earning only 16 percent of computer science degrees and a huge shortfall between degrees and predicted workforce demand, Joanne McGrath Cohoon seeks to draw more high school girls into computing.
The final spot in the i.Lab incubator program will be offered to the winner of the Tom Tom Founders Festival’s Crowdfunded Pitch Night, to be held April 9.