Recent Articles by

Dan Heuchert

March 25, 2019
Also in this roundup: Virginia Quarterly Review wins its seventh “Ellie,” a library employee’s play takes him to the Kennedy Center, a Curry School study is the most read of 2018, and much more.
March 11, 2019
The 2020 Best Graduate Schools rankings, out today, list 36 UVA programs among the nation’s best in law, business, education, medicine, nursing, public affairs and engineering.
January 30, 2019
The education service provider released a new list of 200 “Best Value Colleges for 2019,” and the University again tops all public universities.
January 28, 2019
Also in this roundup: The School of Law’s dean is cited for her influence, UVA has one of the nation’s best orthopedics programs, one history professor makes her own history and another is invited to speak to a special group.
January 11, 2019
Which begs some questions: Who makes such calls? Why does it matter? And how do business degrees fit into science, technology, engineering and math?
December 21, 2018
Also in this roundup: Architecture professors’ Spanish project wins international award, a McIntire professor is ranked among the top 50 nationally, Rita Dove earns three more awards, a Curry professor will lead a national society, and more.
November 06, 2018
Also in this roundup: A UVA neuroscientist is one of the world’s top 10 Chinese doctors, two professors in the Nursing School (which has a very healthy work environment) are among the best in their profession, Tar Heels honor a Cavalier, and more.
October 10, 2018
UVA Athletics on Wednesday announced a new partnership with Ting to roll out high-speed, state-of-the-art service, beginning with Saturday’s Homecomings Weekend game.
September 28, 2018
Also in this roundup: A law professor’s article wins a prize from the American Philosophical Association, the director of UVA’s Cancer Center lands an important posting and the UVA Foundation wins an honor that one might expect to get in Napa Valley.
September 19, 2018
Also in this roundup: A faculty member gets a “Golden Goose,” the Health System brings in another boatload of honors and a nursing professor pens a prize-winning essay after visiting the world’s largest refugee camp.

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