Media studies chair Siva Vaidhyanathan will help guide what is basically a public, noncommercial version of the Google book project.
The South-By-Southwest-inspired, four-day festival of innovation, presented in partnership with U.Va., features myriad U.Va. connections.
The College of Arts & Sciences’ Pavilion Seminars program offers intensive and innovative classes to upperclassmen according to Jefferson’s original vision.
Members of the University of Virginia community considered the University’s future use of technology on Thursday at a strategic planning public forum.
Hours after President Obama survived a bitter re-election battle, UVA Today asked several U.Va. faculty experts for their reactions.
In its fall issue, Virginia Magazine looks back at the 17-day presidential crisis this past June and looks ahead to what it will mean for U.Va. and all of higher education.
A panel of U.Va. faculty leaders, including higher education economist David Breneman and media studies professor Siva Vaidhyanathan, will share their views on the summer’s leadership crisis and the challenges that lie ahead for academia.
August 30, 2011 — Before the University of Virginia's football team takes the field for home games at Scott Stadium this fall, some of U.Va.'s all-star professors will take the stage at Alumni Hall for "More Than the Score" pre-game talks.
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