Teaching & Learning
For the first time, U.Va. students have curated an exhibit at The Fralin Museum of Art, selecting photographs of the human body in motion from the museum’s permanent collection.
Writing “can be a powerful, creative and vulnerable exploration to better understand healing, grieving and the human experience,” one winner said.
In a nationally televised event, historians and history buffs will ponder how and why the War Between the States remains relevant a century and a half after Lee’s surrender in Appomattox.
Lisa Russ Spaar is a finalist for the Cherry Award for Great Teaching, which brings a cash prize, and the winner receives one of the most generous awards ever.
Defeating ISIS and other radical religion-based groups will require a coalition of both civil society and religious actors, said 1997 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Jerry White.
Now teachers and other professionals won’t have to interrupt their careers to return to Curry in order to gain additional credentials.
With the help of professors at the Darden School of Business, Hillary Lewis is bringing the ‘Wahoo Orange’ of U.Va. across the country – as a flavor of Lumi, a new organic, cold-pressed fruit juice produced in Charlottesville.
Three University of Virginia students majoring in chemistry, biomedical engineering and neuroscience have received one of the highest awards in the nation for excellence in undergraduate research.
In its continuing efforts to bring celebrated artists to U.Va., the University will host world-famous Navajo weaver D.Y. Begay, who will demonstrate her art at key locations across Grounds.
Three dozen winners of the University of Virginia’s undergraduate research grants will explore science, engineering, humanities and medicine this summer, seeking answers to complex questions.