A British company called Lush created a campaign pairing soaps and shower bombs with Zachary Irving’s mind-wandering research.
Dr. Janet Lewis says new, published findings add “another piece to the puzzle” of understanding the disease.
Ken Hughes, a Nixon expert, says if the current immunity ruling had been in place in 1974, history would be different.
Also in this roundup: A national academy honors an AI pioneer, and UVA Health is lauded for LGBTQ+ care.
After more than 50 years of service, contractors razed a footbridge spanning Emmet Street.
The publication writes, “The University of Virginia offers in-state students a top-notch education at a reasonable price.”
School of Law faculty select and summarize seminal cases like Loving v. Virginia, the subject of a major Hollywood movie.
A successful program piloted by UVA and the Thomas Jefferson EMS Council sparked a new law and a grant to train emergency personnel.
UVA Health and The Haven, a local shelter and housing resource, have partnered to provide opioid-use care for unhoused community members.
Two UVA Health physicians have been recognized among the top spine surgeons in the country.
A report on UVA Lawn and Range rooms catalogues the historic fabric of the first student housing, still used today.
The business channel called the accomplishment “an unparalleled sixth win in CNBC’s annual state competitiveness rankings.”
Jasmine Burton’s spicy schtick will tickle your funny bone. The 2017 grad says she honed her work ethic at UVA.
From swimming to horseback riding, more than a dozen Hoos are competing in Paris in the Olympics and Paralympics for the United States and other countries.
The star UVA basketball alumna is joining special company as the recipient of the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance.
The fellows are selected based on their potential as scholars, teachers, public servants and business leaders.
Lea Jih-Vieira, a member of UVA’s 2024 championship women’s polo team, has been named the Daniel J. Wallace Jr. Intercollegiate Player of the Year.
Several Facilities Management teams are combining their talents to work on a utility repair in two historic East Range rooms.
Years ago, A.D. Carson’s doctoral dissertation was a rap album. As a UVA professor up for tenure, he produced five more.
Hopkins brought to UVA a belief that Tibetan culture was flourishing and Tibetan Buddhism was valuable and vibrant.
The footbridge spanning Emmet Street and connecting Newcomb Road South with Ridley Hall at the University of Virginia will be removed this weekend.
Watch this video to go behind the scenes of the Virginia Theatre Festival’s production of “Little Shop of Horrors.”
UVA national champions Emma Navarro and Danielle Collins were the last American women standing in London.
As the University rebuilt and expanded following the 1895 Rotunda fire, a temporary rail spur was integral in bringing construction material to the job sites.