The 2015 i.Lab Incubator session begins Wednesday with a 10-week intensive entrepreneurship accelerator. Two dozen emerging start-up teams from across the University and local community will test their business concepts.
Thanks to the efforts of the Innocence Project at the U.Va. School of Law and a group of alumni, state courts must consider illegally suppressed, exculpatory evidence, no matter when it is uncovered.
The University’s new program is placing outstanding, underrepresented minorities at public health sites in South Africa and St. Kitts and Nevis for eight weeks this summer, including Maya Wright, who graduated from U.Va. this weekend.
In “a clear victory for the little guy,” the court ruled that felons who are no longer able to possess firearms may legally sell their guns.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced U.Va. and the Virginia State Police will join a working group of government agencies and private firms tasked with identifying cyber attack vulnerabilities before they turn deadly.
As mandated literacy instruction increasingly crowds science education out of the elementary school classroom, U.Va. education researchers are seeking to fold some authentic science experiences back in.
Bucky Crickenberger is well-regarded for his technical skills, work ethic and customer service. Always willing to lend a hand, his colleagues call him “Mr. U.Va.”
In their first year of statewide implementation, the teams of school administrators and other staff have headed off 96 percent of the threatened behavior, according to a report from U.Va.’s Curry School of Education.
The University community will gather for a weekend fundraiser and candlelight vigil to raise money for relief efforts and support Nepalese students after Saturday’s earthquake.
U.Va. and five other major universities on Monday signed a charter with Virginia Sea Grant to cooperate on coastal research, outreach and education activities.