The roots of economic and gender inequality are based in regional systems of agriculture established thousands of years ago, according to UVA sociologist Rae Lesser Blumberg. more >
Former clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia brings his expertise in national security, administrative law, and the federal courts to the University of Virginia’s School of Law. more >
Engineering professor Robert Kelly and his team study the impact of corrosion on airplane parts, nuclear storage facilities and even the Pentagon 9-11 Memorial to improve their design, construction and longevity. more >
Seeking to blend in six newcomers and build team chemistry, the UVA men’s basketball team took a 10-day journey through Spain that was more memorable for what happened off the court than on it. more >
A new app called Doctor2U – described as “Uber for doctors” – guarantees an in-home visit within an hour. Services include elder and pediatric care, and business is booming. (And they’re hiring!) more >
Photo Essay
First-year and transfer students gathered on the Lawn Sunday evening, marking the beginning of their University of Virginia careers. more >
A biomechanical engineers’ study of the muscles of high-performance sprinters shows that, yes, they are different. But most of that comes from training. more >