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. Today’s installment explores UVA’s role in promulgating a racist post-Civil War creed known as the “Lost Cause.”
After many students lost summer jobs and internships due to the COVID-19 pandemic, UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service opened its arms by offering more than two dozen students the chance to work on its Virginia Clean Energy Project.
What happens to our fear of missing out when many in-person activities are off limits? Darden School of Business professor Lalin Anik found that virtual FOMO is hurting focus, sleep, motivation and more in quarantine.
In a letter to members of the Class of 2020, President Jim Ryan said the goal is “to give you and your families the celebration you deserve, and one that reflects the special place the Class of 2020 will always hold in the history of this university.”