More than three decades after earning an engineering degree from U.Va. and launching a successful career as a systems engineer, Catharine Carty has decided it’s time to give back. “Mental health, geriatrics, labor and delivery – I’m all in,” said the soon-to-be nurse.
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U.Va. Innovation’s latest initiative puts U.Va. among the very first institutions of higher education to use philanthropic crowdfunding to advance research.
A U.Va. Postdoctoral Research Day will include oral presentations by U.Va. postdocs, a professional panel discussion, keynote address, poster presentation and networking.
The Board of Visitors sought to balance the concerns of students’ families with the need to keep pace with rising costs and invest in measures that will improve academic quality.
Ernie X. Pérez Almodóvar, a 2012 U.Va. alumnus, is honored for his doctoral chemical engineering dissertation research.
Alfred Grasso, president and chief executive officer of The MITRE Corporation, will give a public talk Friday at 3:30 p.m. in the Rice Hall Auditorium.
Science has the tremendous potential to help solve some of the most urgent challenges facing the world today, DuPont CEO tells U.Va. audience.
Research provides a solid path to learning, and U.Va. undergraduates will be taking that path this summer, pursuing knowledge in laboratories, libraries and in the field, delving into science, engineering and the humanities.
University of Virginia students recently launched a pilot project to redirect waste from the John Paul Jones Arena.
Creating a perfect fuel cell has been harder than scientists expected. Historian Matthew Eisler tells why in his recent book, “Overpotential.”