Turn what is now a sprawling commercial strip of Route 29 into a cohesive environment for commuters, pedestrians and community members – that was the challenge given to U.Va. architecture students at the third annual “Vortex” competition.
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January 02, 2014
Amadeo Bennetta and Dan LaRossa, graduates of the U.Va. School of Architecture master’s program, have made a positive impact on refugee and migrant communities in Southeast Asia through their Moving School design.
December 18, 2013
U.Va will offer a spring webinar course on public health policy, featuring guest lecturers who are among the elite in their field. The weekly course is free and open to the public; sign-up now.
December 02, 2013
’Hoos will gather on the Lawn Thursday evening to celebrate the holidays and embrace the season of giving.
October 18, 2013
Politics professor Larry Sabato has released his work on “The Kennedy Half-Century,” including a book, documentary, website, mobile app and MOOC, which launches Monday. Sabato invited undergraduates to engage in the experience with him.
September 13, 2013
As Teach for America enters its 23rd year, it looks to U.Va. for continued support as a top contributor. Based on U.Va. alums’ reflections on their corps experiences and the campus campaign coordinator’s reasons for signing on, that shouldn’t be a problem.
September 03, 2013
MEDIA ADVISORY: Inaugural Virginia Ventures Forum Sept. 6 Aims to Boost State’s Technological Innovation and Economy
Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell and U.Va. President Teresa A. Sullivan are expected to attend the inaugural Virginia Ventures Forum Sept. 6. Hosted by the Virginia Innovation Partnership, the forum aims to attract technological innovation to Virginia.