University photographer Sanjay Suchak’s snapshot of Wednesday’s “crowd” at JPJ is one for the COVID-19 time capsule.
Ten days of enhanced public health measures helped bring cases down, so University leaders eased some restrictions Friday while keeping other limitations in place and urging continued caution.
Also in this roundup: UVA has 10 of the most influential scholars in education, a chemistry professor is rolling in awards, a doctor joins a national preventative medicine task force, and much more.
Spencer Buddington was out shopping with friends in Abingdon when they happened upon James Ward as he suffered a heart attack. Buddington jumped into action, administering life-saving CPR.
When a free clinic he volunteered with sent out a plea for telehealth volunteers, Zuhayr Shaikh saw a bigger problem that needed solving. He set out to solve it – and won the support of the Clinton Foundation.
Students in UVA’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies post-baccalaureate, pre-medicine program work in a collaborative cohort to prepare for medical school.
The biology professor was an internationally renowned researcher and generous mentor whose work placed UVA at the center of the circadian rhythms universe.
UVA quarterback Brennan Armstrong has some tips for masking up and playing defense against COVID-19.