Parents lacking financial resources or college degrees are sometimes thought of as being less capable of supporting their children in college, but they likely have something money can’t buy: emotional support. more >
Ryan’s day included watching UVA’s new police chief be sworn in, meeting with his staff at Madison Hall, holding a news conference, and concluding with an ice cream social held to get to know members of the UVA community. more >
The University’s new president also discussed the upcoming anniversary of the Unite the Right rally, the appointment of a new Miller Center senior fellow and the vital importance of diversity and inclusion. more >
The new “Ours to Shape” website provides an avenue for ideas and comments on how the University can best fulfill its potential related to community, service and discovery. more >
A first-generation college graduate, Ryan takes office with an ambition to help UVA move into its third century as a service-oriented public institution by building on its fundamental values and strengths. more >
Don’t miss your chance to welcome UVA’s ninth president, James E. Ryan, on his first day on the job. The fun happens from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the south end of the Lawn. If it rains, the event will move to the Newcomb Hall Ballroom. more >
Teresa A. Sullivan, UVA’s eighth president and the first woman to hold the office, is known for her dogged work ethic. She has continued to steward the University with steady determination this summer, even as her term comes to an end today. more >
Early UVA history, new educational opportunities, community involvement, dedicated events and ideas for future research and commemoration are among highlights in the final report of the President’s Commission on Slavery and the University. more >