Alumnus Curtis Monk knew he was taking a financial risk in trying to make a documentary on UVA’s 2015 national champion baseball team, but kept going anyway.
January term students explored audio storytelling through a podcasting course taught by Nathan Moore, general manager of WTJU, UVA’s student- and community-run radio station.
Bernard Narokobi, who helped compose Papua New Guinea’s constitution, trusted UVA anthropologist Lise Dobrin with a manuscript telling the history of his village – a unique resource that previously existed only as a Word document.
See some of University photographer Sanjay Suchak’s favorite photos from the year, from joy in Minneapolis to snowfalls, sunsets and starry nights on Grounds.
Esther Poveda Moreno, who grew up in Spain, teaches “Writing for Social Justice and Change,” a Spanish class in the Civic & Community Engagement Program.
Historian John Edwin Mason discovered his academic muse in an unlikely place: Eastside Speedway in Waynesboro.
Fernando Valverde, a Spanish poet considered “one of the most important voices of poetry in contemporary Spanish,” is a visiting professor on Grounds and will give a reading Nov. 21.
Research has shown that the study of art increases medical students’ capacity for reflection, tolerance of ambiguity and awareness of personal biases. The Fralin Museum of Art at UVA is putting that into practice.