Three UVA experts developed a unique course on the 2008 financial crisis, exploring what happened and examining the possibility of future crises. Hear what they had to say in a recent Facebook Live session.
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November 04, 2018
King was in Charlottesville for the Virginia Film Festival, where he discussed a new documentary about the violent white supremacist demonstrations in the city and on Grounds in August 2017.
November 02, 2018
UVA’s Center for Politics has been busy analyzing every race in the midterm elections. Check out their predictions for the House, the Senate and key governor’s races across the country.
October 31, 2018
Ross called interning for the Virginia Film Festival, happening this weekend, one of the best things she has done at UVA. Find out why, and check out some of her favorite films in this weekend’s festival.
October 30, 2018
Film-goers can rub shoulders with guests like Martin Luther King III and Christoph Waltz and screen features that will make headlines during awards season – among many activities.
October 26, 2018
Humanity’s intelligence has allowed us to rule the world, but UVA economist Anton Korinek warns that might be coming to an end. Here’s what he thinks we should do about it.
October 22, 2018
As UVA welcomes its ninth president and enters its third century, officials from across Grounds will solicit ideas and assist President Jim Ryan as he forms a strategic plan for the University’s future.
October 19, 2018
The University will inaugurate its ninth president, Jim Ryan, on Friday. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and former Harvard University president Drew Gilpin Faust will speak, followed by a much-anticipated inaugural address from Ryan himself.
October 19, 2018
Jim Ryan was officially sworn in as UVA’s ninth president on a beautiful fall afternoon on the Lawn. The new president used his inaugural address to deliver a bold, hopeful vision for the future, including a firm promise for low- and middle-income Virginians.
October 16, 2018
When O’Keeffe arrived at UVA, she was nearly ready to give up art. Her five summers here changed her life, as she found a new mentor, a new abstract style and lasting inspiration to fuel one of the art world’s most remarkable careers.