The library is collaborating with The HistoryMakers to enhance and make more accessible the nonprofit organization’s digital archive of hundreds of video interviews with notable African-Americans. more >
UVA’s Curry School of Education and Human Development is leading a major initiative to increase racial, religious and ethnic tolerance in classrooms, thanks to a $1 million gift from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation. more >
UVA sociologist Allison Pugh wants to understand what she calls “connective labor” and what happens when automation inserts itself into important relationships between patients and doctors, clients and therapists, students and teachers, and more. more >
Kyle Dargan has found much success and satisfaction as a poet and teacher, which he began to develop during his time on Grounds. He’ll return Friday to read from his new book. more >
UVA student and 2015 teen “Chopped” champion Veronica Seguin shares her experience with the improvisational art of cooking and previews her upcoming master classes. more >
A long way from her rural Virginia roots, Olivia Grotenhuis found a new voice this summer while studying language in South Korea. She can’t wait to go back. more >
As the U.S. moves toward a “diverse-majority” society, UVA professor Joanna Williams reviews the education research and shares what schools and communities can do to promote equity. more >
November’s UVA-sponsored Virginia Film Festival will welcome King for the national premiere of a new documentary, “Charlottesville,” produced and presented by the UVA Center for Politics and Community Idea Stations. more >