Teaching & Learning
Teaching advanced practice nursing and medical students to work together should increase their ability to offer seamless, safe, high-quality care to patients with multiple chronic conditions.
Despite the widening racial achievement gap among U.S. college students, African-American students at U.Va. are achieving high graduation rates and better grades with the help of the Office of African-American Affairs.
First-year students have an opportunity to develop stronger connections with their advisers before selecting majors by taking a one-credit College Advising Seminar, or COLA.
In his “First Lecture” to first-year students in the College of Arts & Sciences, Ian Baucom urged his audience to embrace U.Va.’s history and traditions while daring to break new paths for the University.
At a summer retreat, U.Va. students and a faculty member learned new methods for enhancing the Sustained Dialogue program and building an inclusive community on Grounds.
The U.Va.-developed video tool will be featured at Thursday's Teaching with Technology Fair.
U.Va. is unveiling a new Global Studies major this fall that offers several tracks, including “security and justice” and “environments and sustainability.”
Business is now generating mind-boggling quantities of data. College graduates who can analyze that data and use it to an organization’s advantage are in high demand, say the new center’s organizers.
A University of Virginia undergraduate history major found that, unlike Protestants, American Catholics remained united as a church during the American Civil War, though individual churches supported their combatants.
Rising juniors and seniors tucked six college credits under their belts this summer at U.Va. in a new residential program that gave them a taste of college life alongside undergraduates and star faculty.