Once on track to be a meteorologist, a pilot, a radio personality or a physician, aeronautics stuntman and “double Hoo” Sidney Todd St. Clair found a home as a nurse. more >
Graduating biomedical engineering student Christina Kim “has had a huge positive impact on our ASL program and on the University during her time here,” a faculty mentor said. more >
The UVA students behind Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology, or MIST, are pioneering improved treatments for childhood scoliosis. Wednesday, they took home the top prize in an ACC innovation competition. more >
“Shakespeare on the Lawn,” a student-run theater troupe, moves from the Grounds to the Downtown Mall’s New Dominion Bookshop to present a dramatic reading of “Much Ado About Nothing” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday – Shakespeare’s birthday. more >
Now in its fourth year, the awards support a yearlong engagement to promote health and development and/or reduce violence against women and girls in French-speaking countries. more >
Several former UVA female student-athletes spoke about the transition into their post-university lives as espnW’s “Campus Conversation” series came to UVA for the first time. more >
With the first full class of Blue Ridge Scholars set to graduate in May, UVA Today caught up with five scholars for a look back on their time at the University and what lies ahead. more >
More than 200 volunteers spent Saturday working at one of 29 Charlottesville-area job sites as part of the fifth annual BIG Event, sponsored by Madison House. more >