“With Good Reason,” a public radio show featuring faculty from Virginia’s public colleges and universities, has been providing listeners with free mini-courses on everything from dialects to the national debt for nearly 22 years.
Scholars discussed what the world could gain by paying more attention to disability.
U.Va. researchers find foreign-born Virginians making an impact.
From outstanding mentors to unsung heroes, black student leaders highlighted their peers and several others who “lift as they climb,” including Rector George K. Martin, at a special event last week.
Identifying an appropriate way to finance higher education is a nationwide problem, so states should be receptive to creative new solutions, commission organizers say.
University of Virginia competes with schools across the country for recycling titles.
A Charlottesville High School student and a plan to insulate buildings with hemp-based materials took top honors at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business’ first sustainability innovation pitch night competition.
Though the victim and her family recanted their allegations months after the incident, authorities steadfastly refused to reconsider the decision until the state Supreme Court ordered new proceedings.
As the issue of immigration reform begins to gain traction on Capitol Hill, the center’s multi-year Galbraith Initiative in Immigration has some suggestions for a framework for compromise.
The University has long been prime recruiting Grounds for the public-service organization.