Recent Articles by

Matt Kelly

September 22, 2016
After being closed for two years for an extensive renovation, the University of Virginia’s iconic Rotunda will welcome the community at an open house this Saturday and Sunday.
September 08, 2016
With one foot in Washington and the other in Charlottesville, history professor Philip Zelikow shares his clear-eyed vision of America’s place in the post-9/11 world.
August 30, 2016
The Architect for the University of Virginia, Alice Raucher, has presented a plan to reshape a parcel between Ivy Road and the railroad tracks, expanding green space, increasing pedestrian access and better utilizing the space.
August 23, 2016
As the fall semester opened Tuesday, a College Advising Seminar for first-year students that explores the merger of presidential politics and religion became the first class to meet inside the newly renovated Rotunda.
August 22, 2016
Engineering professor Robert Kelly and his team study the impact of corrosion on airplane parts, nuclear storage facilities and even the Pentagon 9-11 Memorial to improve their design, construction and longevity.
August 12, 2016
While renovating The Mews, a small building behind Pavilion III that had once been slave quarters, archaeologists and workers discovered a section of Jeffersonian serpentine wall, foundations and the original kitchen floor.
August 05, 2016
Leigh Hassler graduated from the University in 2000 and moved to Boston, and then to Philadelphia. But UVA’s Grounds keep calling her back.
July 28, 2016
Also in this roundup: recognition for the Health System’s maternity care and wound care transition hospital, professional awards for two professors and selection of two English department faculty members for prestigious teaching professorships.
July 25, 2016
Informed by history, modern architects and builders are finding a new way to make the UVA founder’s preferred flat roofs as functional as they are historic – meaning they won’t leak this time.
July 15, 2016
The University of Virginia is deploying 22 of its recent graduates, members of the Virginia College Advising Corps, into school counseling offices around the state to encourage students who might not otherwise consider higher education.