Matthew Pinyan has been drawing, building and designing stuff since early childhood, and this abiding creative spirit has led him to a master’s degree from the U.Va. School of Architecture.
The planets were in alignment last month when two U.Va. architectural history professors won two of the six prestigious book awards given annually by a global organization.
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.
U.Va. studio art, drama and architecture students showcased their massive moving creatures in a parade and all-day festival on Grounds on April 20.
As a broader consideration of contemplation and health, the conference will feature architects, doctors and nurses, along with a public yoga practice led by famous gurus.
Student researchers will explain their work – projects ranging from a possible cancer therapeutic to regenerating the suburban strip – at the annual Robert J. Huskey Research Exhibition March 27. Psychology proferssor Brian Nosek will give the keynote talk, “Getting Credit for Doing Good Science,” at the awards ceremony.
The i.Lab will soon be serving all 11 U.Va. schools and the local community.
A simple ceramic water purification tablet invented at U.Va. that can disinfect water simply by resting in a vessel where water is poured will be introduced Friday during a celebration event.
Eight student teams will present their innovative business concepts in Friday’s U.Va. Entrepreneurship Cup final competition, set for 1 p.m. in Bavaro Hall.
From developing water filtration systems in Guatemala to improving Charlottesville’s City Market, U.Va.’s Jefferson Public Citizens Program is meeting its academic and civic engagement objectives, according to a study.