Statistician Karen Kafadar is developing new techniques for understanding the difference between length of diagnosis and length of life regarding cancer screening. more >
According to research by Darden School of Business professor Robert F. Bruner, most presidents since World War II have been decidedly optimistic, often more so than the culture or media of their time. more >
UVA economist James Harrigan shares how economic inequality has grown since 1980 and why those in the top 1 percent are earning more than 18 percent of the country’s total income. more >
New research by UVA’s Craig Volden offers strategies for overcoming ideological biases in policymaking. more >
China’s current import quota of 34 films per year is posing industry challenges for Hollywood. University of Virginia media studies assistant professor Aynne Kokas has a new book that demystifies the business dealings. more >
Miller Center CEO William Antholis explains how lessons from the center’s ongoing First Year Project can be applied to the recent crises within the new presidential administration. more >
The fourth Kapnick Distinguished Writer-in-Residence earned glowing reviews for his three weeks on Grounds, which included well-attended events and intimate, one-to-one talks with aspiring writers. more >
In honor of Valentine’s Day, UVA’s “Book Traces” project reveals the touching and playful love notes hidden in the margins of Alderman Library’s vast collection. more >