UVA is embarking on a unique project to make Julian Bond’s remarkable collection of writings and documents accessible to the world online, beginning with a crowdsourcing effort to transcribe his papers for inclusion in a digital edition.
Recent Articles by
Anne E. Bromley
July 12, 2018
Creative writing graduate student Anna Beecher was secretly writing a novel for several years while working as a performance artist. She has won this year’s $10,000 Henfield Prize for her short story, “Factory.”
June 22, 2018
Almost all of the funding will go directly to supporting underrepresented STEM graduate students at UVA, with the goal of addressing the nation’s critical need for a more diverse STEM workforce and professoriate.
June 15, 2018
In her book, “Credulity: A Cultural History of U.S. Mesmerism,” assistant professor of English Emily Ogden employs new research about the popular phenomenon to explore ideas about science and religion, reflected in literature and other documents.
May 23, 2018
Commission members include faculty, staff, students and community members, who will begin their work this fall under President-Elect Jim Ryan. Four national, local, student and alumni boards will advise the commission.
May 15, 2018
Several internships, his positions with Housing and Residence Life and a recent international January-term course provided some key experiences, all contributing to his successes and procuring his upcoming job with the health care startup, Aledade.
May 07, 2018
Nepal, Panama, New Zealand, Argentina … Althea Pickering sought out a global education. Master’s degree in hand, she’ll next work for the United Nations World Food Programme.
May 02, 2018
About 600 first-year UVA students chose the new Arts & Sciences curriculum, which included a common course on “Engaging Democracy at UVA.”
April 30, 2018
These dedicated teachers strive to make their courses a life-changing experience for UVA students, often including hands-on involvement with real-world issues or situations, enabling students to see they’re having an impact.
April 27, 2018
Beginning July 1, Dove will introduce a new poem each week to a wider reading public.