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Goldwater Scholarship Propels UVA Student’s Exploration of the Universe

Published April 7, 2017 in News

Astrophysics student Bridget Andersen, who has been analyzing X-ray emissions from galaxy clusters, has been awarded a prestigious Goldwater Scholarship.

Meet Associate Professor Katelyn Hale Wood

Published April 6, 2017 in Faculty
Katelyn Hale Wood

Katelyn Hale Wood is a performance studies scholar and theatre historian whose research engages the intersections of critical race and queer theory, gender studies, and 20th/21st century comedic performance.

Cold War-Era Spy Satellite Images Reveal Possible Effects of Climate Change

Published April 6, 2017 in News

Using Soviet-era spy satellite photos and more current satellite imagery, UVA environmental scientists are examining changes to the Siberian tundra.

Two UVA Students to Attend Oxford, Cambridge with Rotary Scholarships

Published April 6, 2017 in News

The duo will pursue graduate education and research in combating cancer and HIV/AIDS at the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford.

’Hoos Take a Leading Role in the Sixth Annual Tom Tom Founders Festival

Published April 4, 2017 in News

The weeklong spring festival, which kicks off Monday, celebrates Central Virginia’s art, entrepreneurship, education and local cuisine.

Emily Cox to Pursue Pissarro at Oxford as UVA’s First Ertegun Scholar

Published April 4, 2017 in News

After she graduates next month from the University of Virginia in just three years, art history major Emily Cox will continue her studies at the University of Oxford in England as UVA’s first participant in the Mica and Ahmet Ertegun Graduate Scholarship Programme in the Humanities.

Columbian President Santos, UVA’s McDowell, Pianta To Address Graduates

Published April 3, 2017 in News

Juan Manuel Santos, a Nobel Laureate and president of Colombia, will address UVA students during Valedictory Exercises. Deborah E. McDowell, director of the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies, and Robert C. Pianta, dean of the Curry School of Education, will speak at Final Exercises.

Student Start-up Reduces Toxic Threat of Pesticides

Published April 3, 2017 in News

On Friday, student-led start-up Agrospheres won the prestigious ACC InVenture Prize for its novel product that safely degrades toxic pesticides in a matter of hours.

Meet Associate Professor Kwame Edwin Otu

Published March 31, 2017 in Faculty

As a pre-doctoral fellow in the Carter G. Woodson Institute last academic year, Kwame Otu coordinated the African Studies Colloquium Series at the University of Virginia.

The Evolution of Modern Rituals: 4 Hallmarks of Today’s Rituals

Published March 28, 2017 in News

Religious studies professor Vanessa Ochs explains why we depend on rituals and how they have evolved to include more women, welcome the LGBTQ community and accommodate those who declare themselves “spiritual but not religious.” 


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