The vast majority of the growth occurred in Northern Virginia, while the rest of the commonwealth appeared apprehensive about “having babies, buying houses or making big moves.”
Initially founded as a faculty speaker’s bureau, the mission of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies mission has remain constant: to bring the resources of a world-class university to the people of Virginia – and beyond.
The U.Va. Health System’s electronic medical record system, combined with a $7 million federal grant, may allow primary care physicians to get opinions from specialists without requiring patients to make a face-to-face visit.
In the latest edition of the Virginia News Letter, published by U.Va.’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, U.Va. alumna Helen Gibson argues that restoration of convicted felons’ voting rights speeds their reintegration into civic life.
The center’s Milstein Symposium Commission on Entrepreneurship and Middle-Class Jobs, chaired by Steve Case and Carly Fiorina, issued a report that includes five specific recommendations to boost entrepreneurs and create middle-class jobs.
The list uses quantitative measures to ferret out the 200 faculty members at U.S. universities who contribute most substantially to public debates about education.
A U.Va. research team tasked with identifying and implementing new assessments of kindergarten readiness found that about one-third of students lack at least one of four key skills as they begin their formal education.
Law students will seek new forensic testing as they investigate whether a man was falsely convicted of a 1999 murder in Baltimore, a case that gained notoriety through a hit podcast.
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Using TV clips and mock trials, the law students are teaching their younger counterparts about their rights and perhaps stimulating their interest in studying the law.