Kyle Dargan has found much success and satisfaction as a poet and teacher, which he began to develop during his time on Grounds. He’ll return Friday to read from his new book.
Co-director and White House veteran Melody Barnes, Miller Center director William Antholis and College of Arts & Sciences Dean Ian Baucom discuss UVA’s ambitious goal to answer the most essential questions facing democracy today.
A long way from her rural Virginia roots, Olivia Grotenhuis found a new voice this summer while studying language in South Korea. She can’t wait to go back.
UVA assistant professor of media studies Elizabeth Ellcessor, who is working on a book about emergency media in the digital age, has advice on utilizing your cell phone during weather and other natural disasters.
Ryan’s goals include growing financial aid, particularly low-income and first-generation students, strengthening the relationship between the University and the community and encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration.
In the second installment of UVA Today’s new photo feature, a look at Tuesday’s 9/11 remembrance on the Lawn.
With Hurricane Florence expected to hit the southeastern United States hard, the University of Virginia is taking steps to prepare for possible flooding and strong winds in the area. Check back here for all the latest updates
Historian Claudrena N. Harold and architectural historian Louis P. Nelson edited the book, “Charlottesville 2017: The Legacy of Race and Inequity.
What happens when atoms are removed from gravity and chilled to a crawl? Physicists are finding out – and seeking new technologies from their experimental results.
McDowell has worked to elevate and expand African-American and African studies on Grounds as director of the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies for the past 10 years.