UVA’s Center for Politics is looking to double in size and provide more features.
University of Virginia researchers have identified a path that could help disrupt the process that leads to kidney disease.
The memory of his late brother inspires UVA guard Reece Beekman on and off the basketball court.
Are meetings destroying your work life? It doesn’t have to be this way, says the Batten School’s Gabrielle Adams.
Take a closer look at the amazing simulation lab at UVA’s School of Nursing.
A Washington Post journalist will receive Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Citizen Leadership.
A UVA Law School student makes the case for the benefits of increased state funding for delinquency prevention efforts.
Liberation and Freedom Day was celebrated at the UVA Memorial to Enslaved Laborers on Friday.
The Forum at Darden will include some inviting places to enjoy food and beverages when the new hotel opens for business.
Law professor Danielle Citron continues the fight to protect the most intimate private data that we have on our phones.
Exceptional patient care has earned a UVA Cancer Center clinic a prestigious award for the third straight year.
South Carolina is honoring the life of Lavel Davis Jr. by naming a stretch of highway after the slain UVA football player.
UVA Professor Philip Zelikow assesses President Biden’s softening public support for arming Ukraine.
Associate Professor of Commerce Chiraag Mittal helps make some sense out of the post-pandemic urge to “revenge spend.”
A check-in on the progress of the new pedestrian bridge over Emmett Street.
A UVA School of Law student suggests the Supreme Court is enforcing the separation of powers. Maybe Congress should pay attention.
Media studies professor Aynne Kokas says Chinese access to TikTok data poses serious risks.
UVA’s Peter Norton warns against the unrealistic hype about the promise of self-driving vehicles.
UVA’s Manning Institute of Biotechnology is noted among the state’s significant economic development initiatives.
Scanners? Printers? Seriously? Gen Z isn’t so smooth on these office “artifacts.”