Recent Articles by

Kaylyn Christopher

October 21, 2016
Beta Bridge, one of Charlottesville’s most recognizable landmarks, affords students creative – and sometimes political – expression.
October 21, 2016
UVA School of Medicine Professor Leigh Grossman is making her pediatric expertise available not only to medical students, residents and pediatricians, but now also to parents and care-givers.
October 14, 2016
The upcoming presidential election presents an opportunity for teachers to engage students in critical thinking and decision-making skills, according to Patrice Grimes, an associate professor at UVA’s Curry School of Education.
October 11, 2016
At UVA, religious studies professor Nichole Flores is communicating the ways that Catholic thought fits into public contexts and serves as a moral compass on a range of societal issues –¬ even if one does not attend a Catholic church.
October 10, 2016
Females accounted for approximately one-third of UVA’s engineering graduates in 2015 – a proportion that, according to The Washington Post, topped a list of 90 major public universities and state flagship institutions nationwide.
October 03, 2016
A discrepancy between the rate with which schools and parents are reporting learning disabilities may mean that schools are doing students and teachers a disservice, according to UVA Curry School of Education associate professor Paige Pullen.
September 30, 2016
Applying private-sector marketing techniques to school communications can increase chances of student success, according to an article by Curry School of Education assistant professor Ben Castleman and co-author Jo Skillman.
September 26, 2016
Before Leidy Klotz entered academia, he played professional soccer. Now he’s a professor of engineering and architecture at UVA, and recently wrote a book that draws parallels between his academic and athletic passions.
September 22, 2016
A cohort of leaders from the Middle East and North Africa, all participating in a democratic engagement fellowship with UVA’s Center for Politics, had the opportunity to engage in discussion with Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe Thursday afternoon.
September 19, 2016
Josh Moore, a fourth-year nursing student at UVA who lives on the Lawn, is promoting physical fitness through “INSANITY,” a max-interval-training workout that strengthens muscles through body-weight resistance.