Alexis Ward, a graduate student in the School of Education and Human Development, has been working to improve the lives of people with disabilities since she was a kid.
Homecoming crowds flocked to the annual Pancakes for Parkinson’s fundraiser on the UVA Lawn Saturday morning. Student volunteers are hoping to raise more than $70,000 for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
Gary Ham, one of the first African American players to ever suit up for the UVA football team, was honored with his former teammates at Scott Stadium on Saturday.
Wednesday’s first installment of the student-centered luncheon series, launched by the Office of the President, brought together graduate and undergraduate students for a lively and probing discussion.
In its annual event to raise money for Parkinson’s disease research, UVA’s Pancakes for Parkinson’s team has set a fundraising goal of more than $70,000.
For job advancement or career transitioning, UVA’s Accelerated Master’s Program in Systems Engineering offers an intense, one-year education.
To complete his dissertion, Perrin Godbold hopes to get a glimpse of what happens in chemical reactions in hydrogen fuel production, CO2 reduction to fuels, and biomass conversion.
Third-year students Delaney Stone and Addie Wood were just looking for something fun to do when they began playing pickleball last fall. Now they help lead a club with more than 300 members.