The scholarship is awarded annually to an accomplished student who demonstrates leadership, sportsmanship, character and integrity.
Two projects funded by the William R. Kenan Jr. Endowment Fund of the Academical Village will explore the soundscape of the original University and the Rotunda as a library.
Backed by a Humanity in Action fellowship, Zaakir Tameez will focus on human rights issues during his month-long stay in Germany.
Two major television stars and UVA alumnae, TinaFey and Katie Couric, talked with Anna Katherine Clay’s “Women and Television” students about what it takes to make it on the small screen.
Mark Doty’s place in contemporary literature as a peerless poet and memoirist makes him an ideal Kapnick Writer-in-Residence, UVA creative writing faculty members say.
Since John W. Kluge donated his collection to UVA 20 years ago, the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection has become America’s most prominent, permanent platform for Aboriginal art. Now it is preparing for its largest national exhibition.
What is time? Does life exist beyond Earth? What happens in a black hole? These are just some of the topics studied in Kelsey Johnson's class.
Khan, a 2000 University of Virginia graduate and a member of the UVA Army ROTC program, who was killed in the Iraq War, was honored Tuesday with a plaque on the Rotunda.
This summer, pairs of University of Virginia student researchers will examine corrosion in aluminum alloys, probe the social and economic impact of large urban development in the Middle East and develop new therapies for multiple sclerosis.The University has awarded 20 “Double Hoo” research awards, which fund pairs of undergraduate and graduate students who collaborate on research projects. Each project is awarded up to $6,000 toward research expenses, plus $500 to compensate a faculty mentor.
Understanding the big picture cultivated a new passion for macroeconomics in fourth-year Clement Bohr, driving him to move away from a family tradition of physics and towards a Ph.D. in economics.