Katelyn Hale Wood studies what performance – especially comedy – does both to reflect and also shape how we understand ourselves as U.S. citizens, part of a particular group or outside of that group. more >
You don’t have to be on Grounds to benefit from UVA alumni career services. New alumni career services director Amanda Panarese shares how her office has helped thousands of alumni advance their careers, no matter what stage they are in. more >
What could the stock market or the housing market do in 2017? How is the financial sector reacting to our new president? What impact could turmoil abroad have at home? Two UVA experts take on these questions and more. more >
U.S. News’ latest national ranking of the UVA School of Engineering’s student-centered online master’s degree program reveals that it has jumped 39 places, to No. 15, since 2014. more >
Entertainment industry insiders are striving to keep up with consumers’ appetite for video consumption, stay abreast of emerging technologies and keep quality high while guarding against content theft. more >
Philip E. Bourne, a leading big data researcher and administrator with experience in both academia and the business world, will join the University faculty in May. more >
As part of its First Year Project, UVA’s Miller Center has a new edition of essays on ways the next administration can address the nation’s outdated infrastructure. Project contributor and faculty expert Peter Norton explains some possible solutions. more >
UVA’s spring semester doesn’t start until Jan. 18, but more than 1,000 students are cutting their winter breaks short to take advantage of the University’s January term course offerings. more >