Also in this roundup: a former dean is named a “living legend,” several professors receive career achievement honors, and young faculty find the spotlight, too.
The work with premature infants aims to best support them in their social development and education.
A UVA planetary scientist says the OSIRIS-REx mission to collect asteroid samples could reveal secrets of the solar system.
The nation’s first popularly elected Black governor was honored for his lifetime achievements.
From the basketball sideline to the Senate floor (albeit temporarily), casual attire is trending in workspaces. A Darden School professor weighs in on the movement.
He is thriving in the NBA, a philanthropist and is happily raising his two daughters with his wife, Victoria.
A weather-delayed Community Bridges 5K trotted back to the calendar Thursday, this time in the form of a special “Run with Jim.”
To keep STEM teachers in K-12 classrooms, educators need to reconsider the ways that schools employ and pay them, a UVA expert suggests.