Karl Westendorff, a rising fourth-year chemical engineering major, built model rockets in high school and takes advanced physical chemistry courses for fun.
With U.S.-China relations under strain, two recent graduates have received scholarships to Yenching Academy in Beijing.
May graduate Kavya Ravikanti started a personal finance newsletter for fellow students. Ravikanti and Christina Wei share what they have learned, and their top tips for grads.
It’s a three-peat! UVA’s Cyber Defense Team again took top honors in this year’s National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, with the added twist of competing virtually during a pandemic.
Charles Snowden, a member of the football team, recently encouraged the UVA community to pay homage to frontline workers by using a social media hashtag.
This year’s 15 Graduate Teaching Award recipients go beyond expectations, seamlessly marrying the pedagogical with the practical, focusing on interdisciplinary work and mentoring students.
Chris Hodge, who spent a year in circus school, will incorporate some of his juggling skills into his practice as a family medicine doctor.
They can’t treat patients right now, but they can sew masks, call elderly residents, triage patients on a new hotline, serve as virtual camp counselors and tutors, make hand sanitizer and more. See how UVA medical students are helping.