The 11 winners of 2018 Leonard W. Sandridge Outstanding Contribution Awards include five employees from the Academic Division, five from the Health System and one from UVA’s College at Wise. more >
Poston, a graduate of UVA’s Darden School of Business and the husband of a “triple ’Hoo,” is the commissioner of the revenue in Norfolk. more >
Previous UVA research linked the bite of the lone star tick to an allergy to red meat. Now, preliminary findings suggest that those bitten – even if they don’t develop obvious allergic symptoms – may face a significantly greater risk of heart disease. more >
The outdoor apparel company asked graduate students across the country to come up with a plan that would make the company carbon-neutral by 2025. The UVA team did that and more, and they won the chance to have their ideas implemented. more >
As University of Virginia students depart, the things they leave behind provide opportunities for local charities. more >
Did police take advantage of a boy’s youth and mental limitations to win a murder conviction in a case highlighted on Netflix’ hugely popular “Making a Murderer”? UVA Law expert Brandon Garrett gives his opinion. more >
Gelnovatch, who served as a U.S. National Team assistant coach at the 2002 World Cup, breaks down this year’s event, which begins Thursday. more >
Benjamin Hays, architect Doug Harnsberger and 15 students used Thomas Jefferson’s notes to build to-scale replica of the original wooden dome that was destroyed when the Rotunda burned in 1895. more >