Teaching & Learning
The inaugural program gave eight potential engineering professors a foretaste of life in academia.
Soon-to-be graduates find the experience rewarding. Professors do, too, but worry that the time demands of producing online lectures detract from their research and scholarship.
A class on philanthropy spent the semester researching and deliberating how to award $100,000. In the end, 14 organizations, 11 of them local, picked up checks ranging from $3,000 to $12,000.
Water is seeping into the Darden curriculum, as students and faculty examine water as a resource and a potential market, and its vital role to the world of commerce.
Fourth-year students who graduate this month are taking their creative work with them in a new keepsake book, the fruit of collaboration among the Creative Writing Program, the University Bookstore and Printing and Copying Services.
The University of Virginia should take bold steps in online education, including offering an online degree program, a U.Va. professor and MOOC instructor urged Wednesday.
Two U.Va. undergraduate students taught their peers where poetry can be found in everyday life.
Watch architecture students work on a collaborative project to repaint the American flag on Friday, as Campbell Hall’s Elmaleh Gallery becomes a public art studio – but look out for wet paint.
Horn, whose institute advocates for blending traditional and online learning models, will speak on “Disrupting Mr. Jefferson’s University: Online Learning and the Future of U.Va.”
The creatures are coming! The creatures are coming! U.Va. studio art, drama and architecture students will showcase their massive moving creatures Saturday in a parade and all-day festival on Grounds.