Teaching & Learning
The students won a Supreme Court ruling in their favor in a federal firearms case, outdueling the U.S. Solicitor General’s Office.
Discover how to “listen to the Lawn” and other sound architecture when internationally famous sound artist Bill Fontana lectures Thursday at U.Va.’s School of Architecture.
Ukrainian and Ukrainian-American students discussed the crisis in Kiev alongside experts in a forum hosted Friday by the Slavic Student Association. Although students planned the event weeks ago, the panel’s timing proved serendipitous.
Drawing on his involvement in practically every major transition to democracy in the past two decades, Ken Wollack told a Batten School class about the challenges and successes of supporting democracy around the world.
Cold U.S.-Iran relations were on the cusp of warming until President George W. Bush declared Iran part of the “Axis of Evil.” Twelve years later, a new comprehensive nuclear deal could set off a thaw, former U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker said.
Hoda Barakat spent a month as the first-ever author-in-residence with U.Va.’s Department of Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures.
The Arctic Design Initiative incorporates environmental, political, economic and cultural factors into designing the future of one of Earth’s most forbidding landscapes. An exhibit on its work runs through Feb. 15.
Learn about U.Va. founder Thomas Jefferson in “Age of Jefferson,” a new Massive Open Online Course featuring expert Peter Onuf and made in conjunction with Monticello.
Honda engineer Neil Salmons says his classroom work was important, but his real passion during his undergrad years was U.Va.’s student-run Baja racing team.
The grant will support the Curry School’s new four-year doctoral program, which will offer students full tuition support and the opportunity to partner with agencies and schools that serve children from high-poverty and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.