Professor emeritus Nathaniel Howell and his wife Margie sat for an interview at the Colonnade Club, recalling the beginning of the invasion and a visit by the Rev. Jesse Jackson that launched evacuation flights for Americans.
The film, “Statecraft: The Bush 41 Team,” relies on the Miller Center’s presidential oral histories and analysis from Bush advisers and UVA experts. It airs on PBS stations nationwide Tuesday.
UVA’s Democracy Initiative has launched an op-ed series, bringing its research to the nation’s newspapers, from the Washington Post to the Dallas Morning News; The New York Times to the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot.
Dismayed at what she thought were exorbitant costs to have some posters framed, alumna Susan Tynan started Framebridge in 2014.
The late member of Congress worked with UVA faculty and students several times during his long career of public service, giving interviews for oral histories, visiting courses and, in 2015, receiving the University’s highest external honor.
Darden professor Roshni Raveendhran has published a new article with a three-part framework to help managers help their employees working from home during the pandemic.
UVA Law faculty members discuss cases from the Supreme Court’s recent term, which affected everything from LGBTQ rights to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
UVA School of Medicine alumna Dr. Vivian Pinn, the inaugural director of the NIH’s Office of Research on Women’s Health, joined Darden professor Lalin Anik to discuss racial and social disparities highlighted by the pandemic.