UVA students are working to protect Pine Grove Elementary School, built in 1917 to educate black children in the Jim Crow era, from a proposed landfill.
Stepping out of the public eye for three weeks brought worldwide attention to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Historian Joseph Seeley explains why.
The paid virtual internship is intended to help politically minded students whose public sector internships or summer jobs vanished due to the pandemic, while giving them valuable job experience in an election year.
Visiting politics professor Syaru Shirley Lin discusses tensions between the two superpowers ahead of a virtual symposium to be hosted Monday by the Miller Center of Public Affairs.
How will our economy look at the state and local levels in the aftermath of COVID-19? Terry Rephann, a regional economist at UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, takes a deep dive.
UVA is teaming with the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce, the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County to look for ways to regenerate local business.
Project SAFE, a national coalition of tax scholars joined by UVA Law professors Ruth Mason and Andrew Hayashi, offers states tax policy recommendations to ease the financial crisis caused by COVID-19.
As the economy experiences a steep recession, a panel of UVA economists examined the implications for the nation’s material and physical health.