A new measure of poverty finds that Northern Virginia’s poverty rate is much greater, and other regions in the state are much lower than previously reported.
Computerworld is honoring U.Va. and 4-VA partners George Mason and James Madison universities and Virginia Tech for their collaborative work.
The Access to Justice Partnership is a win-win for law students and low-income community members. The students get to represent real clients, while the residents receive skilled assistance.
Students in a U.Va. course spent the semester researching how to end poverty in Charlottesville, and shared their conclusions with City Council Monday night.
Political scientists are quite literally changing the political map according to the current issue of the Virginia News Letter, published by U.Va.,’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service.
U.Va. is one of six schools nationally to be invited to develop a MOOC for preK-12 educators.
A new center seeks to identify the strengths and capabilities of children with ADHD, and to treat the disorder with therapy, not medication.
A well-traveled law student was shocked – and inspired – by what she witnessed when she attended what may be a unique trial: a former national leader being tried for genocide against his countrymen, being held in his country’s own courts.
U.Va.’s nitrogen footprint – and how to reduce it – was explained Wednesday at the University of Virginia Earth Expo.
Electric vehicles will now have a place to plug in at the University’s Central Grounds Parking Garage.