From reducing the use of social media to simply going outside, the director of UVA’s Family Stress Clinic, Claudia W. Allen, offers ways you can take charge of your state of mind during the coronavirus outbreak.
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March 16, 2020
March 12, 2020
A new strain of coronavirus is spreading worldwide. Bethany Teachman, a professor of psychology and a licensed clinical psychologist, shares advice on how to manage anxiety linked to the outbreak for the general population and college students alike.
March 04, 2020
The brainchild of President Jim Ryan, Provost Liz Magill and Vice Provost for the Arts Jody Kielbasa, the new series at Ryan’s home will feature up to eight performances during the academic year, all free for students, faculty and staff.
March 02, 2020
The University sent 68 volunteers to points around the world last year. Since the Peace Corps’ founding in 1961, nearly 1,300 UVA alumni have served.
February 21, 2020
In the first study of its kind, UVA researchers have found that humans show the first signs of paying benefits forward at the tender age of 4.
February 13, 2020
Psychology professor James Coan says most of the time, holding hands with a friend, romantic partner, parent or child is literally good for your health.
February 13, 2020
PositiveLinks creates an intimate relationship between patients and their care-givers that is proven to keep HIV patients in treatment, thereby improving their own health and squelching transmission of the disease.
February 12, 2020
UVA is now among the top 10 schools overall, along with Georgetown, Harvard and Stanford universities, and is the top public school in the ranking.
February 07, 2020
Student leaders submitted proposals and design ideas for the new spaces. President Jim Ryan, an advocate for diversity and inclusion, provided $500,000 for the project.
February 05, 2020
Lead author and postdoctoral researcher Emily Loeb found that pairs of young people in good relationships may see improved grades as they transition from middle to high school, a time when marks typically dip. The trend continued into adulthood, a result that surprised her.