Camille Favero, the first Darden Focused Ultrasound Fellow, will work for the foundation, where new therapeutic technology is transforming treatment of conditions like Parkinson’s tremor or breast cancer.
The Associate Dean of Undergraduate Admission retired Sep. 1 after 22 years at UVA. The auditorium in Peabody Hall will be named in Gregory’s honor.
The “new and strange beings” included the school’s first female graduate, Elizabeth Tompkins.
UVA Health and the School of Medicine’s Patient Student Partnership has been a godsend for many elderly patients, whose social contact has been limited during the pandemic.
Over a four-day period, nearly 4,000 students will move to Grounds, where they will follow strict measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and continue their courses, some of them in person.
Faculty members from UVA’s College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences have received a $3 million National Science Foundation grant that could fundamentally change the way it prepares students for life after graduate school.
Leaders in UVA’s Greek system say the suspension supports the University’s safety requirements in the COVID-19 era and is also meant to keep the greater Charlottesville community safe and healthy.
Which places around Grounds will be in full operational mode and which ones won’t be when students return to Grounds on Tuesday? UVA Today is here to help.