Anthropologist Roberto Armengol and engineering doctoral student Courtney Hill have been awarded Ford Foundation Fellowships, which aim to increase the diversity of the nation’s faculties and the educational benefits of diversity and inclusion.
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Anne E. Bromley
September 18, 2019
September 16, 2019
Dunn, one of the University’s longest-serving employees, was known for her friendly manner and impeccable service in UVA’s Accounts Payable and Procurement offices.
September 06, 2019
The Academy of American Poets selected Rita Dove, Commonwealth Professor of English, for its Wallace Stevens Award, and Kyle Dargan, a 2002 alumnus of the Area Program in Poetry Writing, for its Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize.
August 28, 2019
From establishing the Compassionate Care Initiative 10 years ago to addressing the 2019 graduates at the second Final Exercises ceremony, Fontaine has been one of UVA’s most empathetic, forthright and inspiring leaders.
August 19, 2019
Keane, a 2005 alumna of UVA’s Creative Writing Program, won “The Tonight Show” summer reading contest with her third novel, “Ask Again, Yes,” and appeared on the show last Thursday.
August 16, 2019
The second annual #TranscribeBond event to digitize the papers of the late civil rights activist Julian Bond drew many people who participated last year, and also some newcomers. Bond, who died in 2015, left his documents to UVA.
August 15, 2019
The VA-NC Alliance for Minority Participation includes mentoring, research opportunities, workshops, internships, attendance at local and national symposia, and participation in UVA’s annual Summer Research Program.
August 07, 2019
English professor Deborah McDowell taught Toni Morrison’s fiction and nonfiction, and knew the author, who died Monday. She said anyone interested in a loving and celebratory treatment of black people and of black culture should read Morrison.
July 29, 2019
Although a clear majority of Americans in all generations support sexual fidelity in their relationships, young adults are markedly more likely to cross online boundaries related to sex and romance, according to “iFidelity: The State of Our Unions 2019.”
July 26, 2019
“Ask Again, Yes,” the third novel from Keane, a 2005 alumna of UVA’s Creative Writing Program, won “The Tonight Show” host’s summer reading contest, and she’ll appear on an August episode.