Beta Bridge, one of Charlottesville’s most recognizable landmarks, affords students creative – and sometimes political – expression. more >
UVA School of Medicine Professor Leigh Grossman is making her pediatric expertise available not only to medical students, residents and pediatricians, but now also to parents and care-givers. more >
UVA researchers are revolutionizing solar cell technology by speeding the design process for materials that are efficient and stable over a wide range of temperatures, while remaining inexpensive to produce in large quantities. more >
Ten young leaders from nine countries in Latin America are spending several weeks in Charlottesville as part of a White House initiative aimed at supporting entrepreneurs and non-profits in the hemisphere. more >
Alumnus Chaitenya Razdan’s company is designing innovative “healthwear” to create better experiences for patients facing chronic illnesses. The products have already earned raves and piqued the interest of the fashion industry. more >
Students with the Migrant Farmworker Project at UVA’s School of Law annually check in on local farms to ensure the workers get the pay and fair treatment to which they are legally entitled. more >
The Julian Bond Professorship of Civil Rights and Social Justice in the College of Arts & Sciences will sustain faculty excellence on the Civil Rights Movement and further the educational work of one of its most distinguished leaders. more >
Seth Hooper had already consulted with French officials as his startup, Respit Solutions, works on a better refugee shelter system. This week, they asked him to return as the Calais camp closes and 1,000 unaccompanied minors must find new shelter. more >