The Weldon Cooper Center has recently published the definitive guide to local tax rates in Virginia. Find out which localities have the highest rates on real estate, meals, motor vehicles and more. more >
Why might you want bats in your backyard? They can eat up to 1,000 mosquitoes and pests every hour. See how one UVA graduate plans to bring this natural pest control to more American homes. more >
Experts at UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service are offering guidance to state officials on a new program to steadily reduce carbon emissions across Virginia. more >
Associate professor Todd Sechser, an expert in nuclear security and international politics, explains the threat posed by North Korea’s recent missile test and why calls for panic may be overblown. more >
In a society where partisan rancor dominates the headlines, the University of Virginia is fostering reasoned dialogue and training the next generation of leaders on the importance of civil debate and compromise. more >
Though she graduated only two years ago, Haley Alvarez has already worked with three major league teams: the Oakland Athletics, the Boston Red Sox and the Cincinnati Reds. more >
Brad Christmann designs his colorful socks to stand out and stand the test of time, and he wants every step of the process – from the yarn he purchases to the sale of the socks themselves – to give back to American communities, especially veterans. more >
Professor Christine Mahoney is building a network of investors large and small to help refugees and their host communities achieve sustainable economic prosperity. more >