Darden alumna Carolyn Miles leads an organization that provides nutrition, health, education and other services to 165 million children in 120 countries. more >
The course, “Professional Responsibility,” features a competitive game in which teams of law students weigh potential ethical challenges buried within everyday business decisions. more >
The University’s Office for Diversity and Equity will honor third-year Jefferson Scholar Attiya Latif and Dr. Randolph Canterbury, senior associate dean for education in the School of Medicine, with the Casteen diversity award on Friday. more >
The Center for Liberal Arts has provided enriching content to Virginia K-12 teachers for more than 30 years. Now it will take its lauded program on the road to other universities, reaching more teachers. more >
Students selected a special mark commemorating UVA’s upcoming bicentennial that will decorate graduation gowns this year as the University prepares to celebrate its 200th anniversary. more >
Also in this roundup: The NAACP honors a professor and an alumna, the Hedgehog Review earns a prestigious nomination, a student association’s UVA chapter is the best in the U.S., UVA Dining gets some national love, and more. more >
UVA’s regular admission decisions are out and social media is buzzing with the excitement of newly admitted Wahoos. Find out more about who will make up the Class of 2021. more >
A host of architects have contributed to the University's growth over the centuries. See some of the plans that didn't come to fruition, from the chapel on the Lawn to a 12-story dorm. more >