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August 31, 2015
August 28, 2015
The new “Cavaliers Collect” exhibition includes diverse pieces from every century of art history and many countries around the globe, brought together by the common alma mater of their owners. Included: works by Pablo Picasso – and Bob Dylan.
August 26, 2015
Alaskan-born composer Matthew Burtner transforms the sounds of his home state into lyrical compositions that are raising awareness of climate change and its effects around the globe.
August 25, 2015
Amid global stock market concerns, faculty and graduate students traveled to Richmond for a biannual research symposium with the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, building partnerships among some of Virginia’s top economic minds.
August 20, 2015
Seth McDowell’s design studio, mcdowellespinosa, won an Architectural League Prize this summer for its futuristic visions for New York and Hong Kong that use today’s waste to create new structures for tomorrow’s cities.
August 13, 2015
Rebecca Schoenthal’s first semester as curator will include the “Cavaliers Collect” exhibition – featuring works by Pablo Picasso, Jeremy Mann, Gerhard Richter and Roy Lichtenstein – plus exhibitions of works by Sol LeWitt and Jacob Lawrence.
August 12, 2015
Now a crowd favorite in South America’s pro leagues, Meyinsse returns to Charlottesville each summer to help current players and connect with favorite professors, who remember him as one of the most outstanding student-athletes they have known.
August 06, 2015
Partnering with the School of Nursing, associate drama professor Marianne Kubik recruited a pro bono cast of U.Va. faculty for a film that is being used to train perinatal home visitors to recognize and respond to domestic violence.
August 04, 2015
Graduate students Asa Eslocker and Harriett Jameson studied the physical and cultural landscapes of “Blue Zone” communities where citizens live extraordinarily long lives. Could design, they wondered, be one secret to longer, happier lives?
August 03, 2015
Meredith McCool and Tessa McCoy-Hall hope their oral histories will move beyond unhelpful stereotypes to generate meaningful discussion about one small town’s past and the creation of its future.