Elizabeth Garrett, a 1988 graduate of UVA Law School, has an impressive resumé that includes a Supreme Court clerkship, advising a U.S. Senator on tax and budget matters, and several major academic postings.
Recent Articles by
Anne E. Bromley
January 15, 2016
African-American and Latino couples who attend church together experience happier relationships and family life, says UVA’s Brad Wilcox in his new book, “Soul Mates: Religion, Sex, Love, and Marriage Among African Americans and Latinos.”
January 14, 2016
The celebration offers a slate of exceptional speakers, performances, films, activities and engaging discussions related to King’s teachings, which remain relevant today and inspired the theme, “The Call to Higher Ground.”
January 05, 2016
Historic accounts abound with stories of helpful native interpreters and intermediaries, but a UVA English professor’s research finds that some native captives forced into service as translators seized the opportunity to advance their own agendas.
December 21, 2015
This roundup of the University’s honors and awards also includes even more fellows, several standout University units, a powerful pathologist, a sparkling soccer field and a generous act of sportsmanship.
December 16, 2015
Most parents resist the idea of capitulating to their children’s “I wants.” The reason they give in, UVA sociologist Allison Pugh says, goes much deeper than slick marketing.
December 11, 2015
Criteria for the award include playing a leadership role in increasing diversity, equity and inclusion at UVA and making a sustainable and quantifiable impact in these areas.
December 10, 2015
Local food is more than a consumer good for some students at the University, who tend a one-acre plot on University-owned land and run a community-supported agriculture program.
December 03, 2015
Medievalist Bruce Holsinger and an international multidisciplinary team of researchers found a simple way of analyzing what kinds of animal skin were used to make parchment.
November 23, 2015
The UVA Nitrogen Working Group labeled foods sold in the Clark Café with between one and five stars, based on the pollution-causing carbon and nitrogen and the precious resource of water used in their production.