May 30, 2012 — Professor Andrew Stauffer was taken by surprise when a recent theater review in The New Yorker referenced Juxta, software developed at the University of Virginia to help scholars trace changes to literary texts.
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May 25, 2012
May 25, 2012 — On a recent evening, University of Virginia music professor Bonnie Gordon watched a handful of local children select the instruments they will play in school band next year.
May 18, 2012
May 18, 2012 — "Rotunda, A Living Portrait," composed from images and sounds of the University of Virginia's Rotunda and Lawn captured over the course of a year, is now available on DVD.
May 11, 2012
May 10, 2012 — The Praxis Program, a first-of-its-kind graduate training program in digital humanities run by the University of Virginia's Scholars' Lab
May 09, 2012
May 9, 2012 — Maura Tousignant has been a world traveler since the beginning.
May 04, 2012
May 4, 2012 — After five years and 60 meals, an informal dinner series organized by the University of Virginia's Office for Diversity and Equity to bring together members of the University community has reached its successf
May 01, 2012
April 27, 2012 — Michael Slon, an assistant professor and director of choral music in the University of Virginia's College of Arts and Sciences
April 25, 2012
April 25, 2012 — Staff from the Scholars' Lab in the University of Virginia Library hoisted a tethered weather balloon hund
April 19, 2012
April 19, 2012 — A digital humanities project at the University of Virginia that maps the archival records and social networks of important historical figures is poised to dramatically expand, thanks to a $575,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
April 18, 2012
April 18, 2012 — A free Japan Week Spring Festival, scheduled Saturday at Charlottesville's Fashion Square Mall, will feature martial arts demonstrations, traditional song and dance, and other demonstrations of Japanese language and culture.