Dr. Jose Oberholzer, the incoming director of UVA’s Charles O. Strickler Transplant Center, explains advances in robotic transplant surgery and his plans for innovative treatment research. more >
Fortune magazine in 2012 listed Murthy, who founded the global software consulting company Infosys, among the “12 greatest entrepreneurs of our time” and Financial Times ranked him among the top 10 “business pioneers in technology” in 2015. more >
Loretta Lynch, who served as the 83rd attorney general of the United States, will receive the 2017 Thomas Jefferson Medal in Law. more >
Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara – Irish architects known for prize-winning work around the world – will jointly receive the 2017 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Architecture. more >
Alice Waters – chef, author, food activist and founder of the Edible Schoolyard Project – will receive the 2017 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Citizen Leadership. more >
On Wednesday, the Center for Politics will kick off its yearlong “JFK100” celebration with an exhibit featuring nearly 80 unreleased photos of President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. more >
Photo Essay
The son of two professional clowns, Giovinco was juggling and walking on stilts even as an elementary school student. He brought his love of circus to UVA and, four years later, helped create and stage a full circus show right here on Grounds. more >
As the design team for UVA’s Memorial for Enslaved Laborers continues its work, existing sites and historical markers illuminate some of the rich African-American history on Grounds, from slavery to student leadership. more >