Students Dean Yost and Jenny Schilling – neither of them members of the track team – were the men’s and women’s winners of Saturday’s Charlottesville 10-Miler.
Want to complain effectively in the workplace? Choose your words carefully, says a Darden School expert.
Former UVA basketball star Malcolm Brogdon had a day off from his job with the Botn Celtics, so naturally, he addressed the UN General Assembly.
In a podcast, UVA psychologist Dan Willingham talks about how learning works, and why “learning styles” aren’t really a thing.
State attorneys general are using public nuisance laws to go after businesses that allegedly create societal harms, a UVA law professor said.
Phil Augusta Jackson went from the McIntire School of Commerce to ad agency job in New York. Now he’s running a prime-time sitcom for NBC.
Could Donald Trump run for president from a prison cell? A UVA law professor says there is precedent.
The 29th annual Virginia Festival of the Book, sponsored by UVA-affiliated Virginia Humanities, is underway and runs through Sunday.
How to save the world from climate change? Two UVA professors say they have some usable ideas.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, the Albert and Shirley Small Collections Library is honoring some of America’s most impactful female writers.
When Michigan State athletic director Alan Haller wrestled with leading in the wake of the shooting tragedy on his campus, he called his counterpart at UVA.
A 20-year-old authorization of military force is again prompting discussion about presidential war powers. Law professor Saikrishna Prakash weighs in.
Engineering professor Patrick Hopkins explains the connections between squid, textiles and novel batteries that can store and transit heat energy.
Gay couples are generally older on their wedding days than straight couples. Law professor Craig Konnoth offers one explanation.
What does mindfulness really do? There is no simple answer, says UVA neuroscientist David Vago.
Alumna Margaret Brennan, moderator of “Face the Nation,” said her UVA classmates were surprised to learn of her 13 years of competitive Irish step dancing.
Capt. Jean-Luc Picard of “Star Trek: Picard” dropped an “F-bomb” last weekend, and Trekkies freaked out. Media studies scholar Shilpa Davé discussed the significance.
UVA’s artificial pancreas technology has been found to be effective in children as young as 2 who have Type 1 diabetes.
UVA’s Supporting Transformative Autism Research initiative is training first responders how to interact and support autistic people during emergencies.
Moving companies say Virginia’s net out-migration has stopped. But other data says it’s accelerating.
Is moving-company data a significant signal of demographic trends in Virginia? UVA demographer Hamilton Lombard says “maybe.”