Teaching & Learning
The Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies has launched a series of courses and events focusing on 50th anniversaries in the history of the modern Civil Rights movement and their relevance to today’s society.
Design reviews are a staple activity for School of Architecture students, but not often do they include face-to-face feedback from one of the most renowned architects in the world.
For many U.Va. students, speaking several languages is a way of life. There are pragmatic reasons for being multilingual in a global society, but students also cite it as a source of joy.
Three students, tapped to be Beckman Scholars, will pursue groundbreaking research that ultimately could benefit people with diabetes, muscular dystrophy and parasitic infections.
The fellowship program will help educate and contribute to the professional development of early-career special collections librarians.
Dee Dee Myers shared how Bill Clinton taught her the value of listening and how her own work on a string of losing political campaigns taught her perseverance.
The revival of the 19th-century end-of-year celebration will showcase the scholarly, research and creative works of U.Va. students.
The McIntire School of Commerce earned A-plus grades for teaching quality, facilities and services, and job placement, and remains the top-rated program among public institutions.
Teach those lowercase letters! That and other findings by Curry School of Education researchers on the academic, emotional, social and physical wellbeing of kids across the span of childhood put a wealth of information at parents’ fingertips.
Three U.Va. undergraduates receive prestigious prize to analyze and improve special education in Africa.