Dr. Christopher Holstege, who leads both the Blue Ridge Poison Center and the Elson Student Health Center, has some pointed advice for those who choose to vape: Quit. Now.
Measuring soil moisture from orbit, doctoral engineering student Hyunglok Kim wants to understand Earth’s climate systems better.
Sneaking a peek inside Cocke Hall’s attic as its nearly century-old clock is adjusted.
Media studies professor Christopher Ali, who participated Saturday in a Broadband Summit in Louisa County, said Louisa is “poorly connected” compared to Charlottesville and other Central Virginia counties.
A photo dating back to the 1930s might be one of the earliest examples of a selfie taken on Grounds.
When Hurricane Camille hit Nelson County on the night of Aug. 19-20, 1969, UVA student volunteers from a fledgling Madison House sprang into action.
Students and educators, from kindergartners through college seniors, are headed back to school this month, and UVA’s Curry School of Education and Human Development offers abundant resources to promote educational success.
Years after UVA’s Dr. Thomas Platts-Mills discovered the link between tick bites and a meat allergy, another UVA scientist and his team are getting closer to understanding the underlying biochemistry.