The University is marshalling all its energy to fill the summer internship and employment void caused by COVID-19 with several new, virtual paid internships and free skill-building opportunities to keep students’ résumés fresh.
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April 17, 2020
In talking with Felicia Aiyeotan, you would never suspect the effusive 6-foot-9 center from Nigeria had recently received a career-ending diagnosis.
April 17, 2020
Following the recommendations of a special committee, Ryan said there will be a virtual ceremony to confer degrees May 16. UVA will hold Final Exercises on the Lawn either this fall or next spring, depending on the state of the coronavirus pandemic.
April 06, 2020
From academics to student life and extracurricular activities, UVA’s Office of Admission has created many new ways for accepted students to learn more about UVA as they make their final college decisions.
March 31, 2020
UVA’s University Guide Service is using the app to inform and connect with accepted students who cannot visit Grounds because of the coronavirus.
March 26, 2020
Organizers are urging members of the public to participate in a survey quickly so that community leaders can hear their concerns and adjust policies to take into account how people in the region are coping.
March 23, 2020
Some students around the world got a bit of good news last week, receiving notices of admission in UVA’s regular decision offer cycle.
March 20, 2020
UVA alumnus Micah Iverson is one of five contestants vying for the championship of NBC’s singing competition.
March 18, 2020
Eight graduate schools made the rankings. The Darden School of Business is the second-best public business school in the nation. The School of Law remained No. 8. The Curry School of of Education and Human Development moved up two spots to land at No. 15.
March 16, 2020
Since UVA announced students must vacate dorms because of the coronavirus, students and families have been making brief trips back to Grounds to gather essentials. Here’s how it’s going.