Paul Martin teaches a course aimed at improving experiences for first-generation students at UVA, while also participating in a wide range of activities for the betterment of the Charlottesville community.
The series features stories written by faculty authors and by researchers who serve on the President’s Commission on the University in the Age of Segregation, or who conduct research as part of the commission’s responsibilities.
One in an occasional series about the findings of the president’s commissions on Slavery and on the University in the Age of Segregation. This installment examines the false narratives of statues, including the George Rogers Clark statue.
In the growing field of environmental justice, assistant professor Kimberly Fields studies how government and community responses can make a difference in addressing issues of environmental inequality.
A UVA computer science student analyzed thousands of digitized surveys to uncover WWII soldiers’ attitudes about race and gender relations through the American Solder Project and the UVA Biocomplexity Institute.
UVA Engineering students salvaged a season of lost internships and travel by working with engineering faculty to solve a complex problem for UVA Health physicians at the University’s Fontaine Research Park.
Ph.D. student Kyle Chattleton began DJing at the station with no prior experience. Students with a love of music need only apply to the station, which offers free, on-the-job training in all things radio.
Keith Knight, creator of the TV show “Woke,” and other political cartoonists will participate in a virtual symposium Oct. 22-24, sponsored by UVA’s Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library.
Two UVA professors worked with administrators and teachers at Baker-Butler Elementary School to develop a design-thinking curriculum that has contributed to the school’s success in closing achievement gaps.