Third-year studio art students Brenna Monk and Kaia Dunne spent all semester learning one of printmaking’s trickier techniques, and they let UVA Today follow along.
Jacob Uskavitch “has been a leader within and beyond the classroom in terms of his scholarship and his engagement with critical issues at the University,” his thesis adviser said.
This summer, five UVA College students and recent graduates will use Critical Language Scholarships to intensify their acquisition of languages the U.S. State Department has deemed to be crucial.
This year’s award-winning teachers act as intellectual travel guides, enabling students to take important steps on their individual journeys of self-discovery and academic success.
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.
Cory Shaman’s research, teaching, and publications focus on the material histories and representations of environmental injustice, often in the context of post-natural conceptions of the environment.
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.