The Central Virginia Small Business Development Center is partnering with the University of Virginia to develop solutions for commerce challenges caused by COVID-19.
Karl Westendorff, a rising fourth-year chemical engineering major, built model rockets in high school and takes advanced physical chemistry courses for fun.
Slaughter, whose father was a UVA professor, grew up near Grounds and attended the University in the 1950s, playing alongside men on the UVA freshman and varsity tennis teams.
Inspired by his daughter and many others, Pelphrey has become one of the nation’s leading autism researchers and an adviser to the federal government. He explains four key advances in understanding the disorder.
With the COVID-19 pandemic limiting some students’ access to standardized testing, the University will pilot a new test-optional admissions process.
The Board of Visitors’ unanimous vote came after a University committee recommended renaming Ruffner Hall, the longtime home of UVA’s education school.
The statewide effort will estimate the number of cases that were asymptomatic or untested.
With U.S.-China relations under strain, two recent graduates have received scholarships to Yenching Academy in Beijing.