Diane D’Costa will use her double major in public policy and youth and social innovation to teach high school social studies in Tulsa, Oklahoma for Teach for America. more >
Gabrielle Adams, an assistant professor in the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy who has researched what makes apologies effective, breaks down the recent Facebook and Starbucks mea culpas. more >
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning patients have their own set of health care needs and seek out providers who will address them specifically. An upcoming forum will help caregivers be more sensitive to their needs. more >
A UVA nurse inventor has created a vest to reduce accidents and the need for sedation among premature infants. more >
Speaking to students and community members in the Rotunda Dome Room, Kaine explained how he is hoping to rein in the executive branch’s power to authorize military action with a new bipartisan proposal announced last week. more >
Chaitenya Razdan’s company, Care+Wear, has already redesigned the hospital gown. Now, he’s working with Oscar de la Renta to help cancer patients feel more comfortable. more >
The biomedical engineer’s quest for “meaningful work” led to a summer internship and eventually a career in helping bring new medicines to market. more >
Ahead of his graduation from the School of Law in May, Charlet has thought a lot about how others like him who were orphaned, or gay or black, may not have had similar opportunities. more >