The UVA community gathered for a celebration like no other. A spectacular projection mapping show, celebrity special guests, and thousands of 'Hoos heralded the arrival of UVA's third century.
Fighting coastal erosion is one of many sustainability efforts conducted by College scientists and researchers on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
Hundreds of Arts & Sciences faculty and students will perform and be featured prominently this Friday at a series of public events marking the opening of the University of Virginia’s Bicentennial celebration, including an evening gala expected to draw more than 20,000 people.
Yen House honors Yan Huiqing, who was also known as W.W. Yen, the first international student to graduate from UVA – in 1900. He went on to serve as China’s premier for five terms and was acting president during his last premiership in 1926.
As a part of the Student Council’s Cavalier Education program, third-year student Saskia Feldman designed and is currently teaching her own class, “The Beauty Behind the Beast.”
Meet UVA’s first Royster-Lawton Fellows in Social Entrepreneurship and learn how their fellowships connected them with unique hands-on opportunities in this growing, socially conscious industry.
The University is taking a multi-pronged approach to solving difficult issues involving human interactions with the environment, especially areas along coasts and rivers.
A.D. Carson gained national attention for his dissertation, a 34-song hip-hop album, and has followed up with a new album of 12 songs that he wrote and produced this summer.
Ken Elzinga has taught economics to more than 45,000 students in a University of Virginia career that dates back five decades, and the Robert C. Taylor Professor of Economics’ classes remain among the largest and most popular on Grounds.
Anne Verbiscer, a planetary astronomer who played a key role in NASA’s multinational Cassini mission to Saturn, is now watching its controlled demise.