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August 17, 2018
Last week, UVA landed at or near the top in four major rankings, including some from the Princeton Review and the U.S. News & World Report. See how the rankings stack up.
August 15, 2018
All proceeds from the Community Bridges 5K run/walk on Saturday, Oct. 20, will go to the Center for Nonprofit Excellence, which supports more than 250 nonprofit organizations in Charlottesville.
August 14, 2018
The University of Virginia will celebrate the inauguration of its ninth president, James E. Ryan, with a series of public events on Oct. 19 and 20, including a research symposium, a 5K run/walk, a live storytelling series and more.
August 11, 2018
The UVA and Charlottesville communities gathered Saturday for “The Hope that Summons Us: A Morning of Reflection and Renewal,” one year after the white supremacist demonstrations of Aug. 11 and 12, 2017. The event featured remarks by new president James E. Ryan.
August 04, 2018
Among Taylor Sheppard’s future goals: Finishing her tour of duty as a nuclear engineer and submarine officer in the U.S. Navy, swimming the English Channel (a cold, arduous, 21-mile undertaking), and transforming the energy industry.
July 26, 2018
Damian Warshall’s journey from real estate financier to nitro cold brew coffee guru is nearly as remarkable as the rapid rise of his coffee startup, Snowing in Space Coffee, which is saturating Virginia, D.C. and Maryland, cup by cool, creamy cup.
July 24, 2018
Akanksha Prasad’s Falafel Factory chain rode the fast-casual restaurant wave and brought healthy Middle Eastern food to India. Now, she’s ready to learn “how to take a million-dollar idea and convert it to a billion-dollar idea.”
July 20, 2018
The event in Old Cabell Hall will bring UVA and Charlottesville community members together for reflection and discussion one year after the events of Aug. 11 and 12, 2017.
July 17, 2018
In a new national survey conducted by Ipsos in conjunction with UVA’s Center for Politics, just 51 percent of respondents said elections are “fair and open.” However, there was a significant partisan divide.