The Hoos Building Bridges Awards celebrate cross-disciplinary partnerships and projects among UVA employees, offices and other units.
Law students provided much of the background work for the bipartisan Virginia Literacy Act, which grounds reading instruction in science-based reading research.
Five-minute “Empathy Kit” videos, created by undergraduate students in a course on neurodegenerative diseases, offer outlooks on what it is like to live with a neurological disorder.
On Virginia’s Eastern Shore, community leaders have teamed with UVA’s Environmental Resilience Institute to combat increasing climate threats and inequities.
The Ragged Mountain Running and Walking Shop, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, is much more than a business to the Lorenzoni family.
The Holsinger Studio’s early 20th-century portraits of local African Americans – a selection now on display at Northside Library – feature accomplished, dignified citizens, countervailing negative stereotypes of the time period.
Abeba Amenshowa and Leigh Mante will take their diverse experiences and open diplomatic doors with Payne Fellowships.
The scholars’ aim is to provide a shared, online resource on the Mayan “Popol Wuj” for education, research and public engagement.