With its “average” student working full-time and caring for family members, UVA’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies is developing programs that meet those needs.
With September being National Falling Awareness Month – and Monday being the first day of, ahem, fall – Health System injury prevention coordinator Liz Cochran offers tips that can help people of all ages remain upright.
The anonymous bequest, made mostly to the Department of Architectural History, will enhance excellence in scholarship and expand opportunities for global learning experiences.
President Jim Ryan joined with faculty, students and staff to welcome first-generation students in the Class of 2023. They make up nearly 13% of the class, a 20% increase over last year.
The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia on Tuesday gave final approval for the creation of the University of Virginia’s School of Data Science, the 12th school at the University. This comes eight months after UVA received a $120 million gift – the largest private gift in institutional history – to form the groundbreaking School of Data Science. 
Lisa Speidel, an assistant professor in UVA’s Department of Women, Gender & Sexuality, had no idea why her phone was suddenly lighting up with messages on Saturday night.
Peter Tuerk’s new paper on the association between post-traumatic stress disorder and Type 2 diabetes has the scientific community excited.
Dunn, one of the University’s longest-serving employees, was known for her friendly manner and impeccable service in UVA’s Accounts Payable and Procurement offices.