Jeffrey Lovelace, a former U.S. Army intelligence officer who served two tours in Iraq prior to arriving at UVA, is committed to improving the experiences of student veterans however he can.
Law professor and alumnus Richard Bonnie spent decades building the case against the death penalty in the Old Dominion. The practice was abolished in late March.
When Nomi Dave got her dream job with the United Nations, little did she know it would lead to a path very different than she had imagined. After working in Guinea, she became a researcher on expressions of the human voice.
Long before he became a tenured media studies professor, Christopher Ali was an accomplished figure skater who competed against some of the biggest names in the sport.
In her research and teaching, public health nursing professor Emma Mitchell studies the interplay between women’s health, economy, climate and disease.
Sociology professor Brad Wilcox says divorces are on the decline in 2020, with a silver lining to the pandemic being stronger unions between couples.
In her new book, “Cool Town,” Grace Hale explores the cultural explosion that came out of Athens, Georgia, in the 1980s.
Marija Vucelja, who has a love for all things science, will use a prestigious NSF award to quench her curiosity – and that of children.