For these University of Virginia faculty members, the pandemic has magnified the joy of in-person teaching and underscored the importance of helping online students feel connected.
In the wake of George Floyd’s killing, UVA students Milania Harris and Zahra Alisa started Advocates for Medical Equality to confront the history of discrimination in health care.
Mary Dixon, who will earn a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree this spring, mentored nursing students and frontline nurses through the pandemic.
A leader in minority and LGBTQ medical student groups, Busola Shifatu has worked tirelessly to make her classmates feel welcome while also chasing a long-held dream.
Celebrations for the Class of 2020 will take place May 16. Class of 2021 celebrations will be spread across three days, May 21-23, in five individual ceremonies.
UVA students and faculty take to the Lawn to reflect upon one of the most unusual academic years they have ever experienced.
UVA students who have been vaccinated – many of them nursing and medical students – are serving as interpreters, checking in patients, giving shots and working to educate the community.
Catherine Denton and her peers wishing to administer vaccines that protect against coronavirus will soon have their chance, thanks to an effort led by professors Bethany Coyne, Sarah Craig, Tomeka Dowling, and Emma Mitchell that offers new training and education as part of Mitchell’s spring Community and Population Health course.