Doctoral student Bianka Charity-Parker draws on her unusual life experiences, both the good and the challenging, to inform her clinical approach and her research on intergenerational relationships.
Landscape architecture professor Elizabeth Meyer’s pavilion seminar included a unique treat for 15 students: a fully funded trip to Central Park to see what they learned in class come to life in New York City.
New Zealander Joe Bell, a member of the UVA men’s soccer team, has sought to step outside his comfort zone in the classroom during his three years at UVA.
Zoe Morse, a member of the UVA women’s soccer team – which hosts Washington State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday night at Klöckner Stadium – is making the most of her four years on Grounds.
A student team created “Reflections: Oral Histories at UVA,” an online home of oral histories – from alumni and others on Grounds – for a more personal and inclusive perspective on the University.
Environmental sciences student Katherine Webber recently had the adventure of a lifetime in the South Pacific on a tall ship research and learning expedition.
Tyler Dean is using his experiences with the School of Continuing and Professional Studies to create a fire and life safety educator position within Albemarle County’s fire and rescue service.
Levenson talks globalizing UVA, the first-year experience and the history of this unique study-abroad opportunity for entering first-year students.