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UVA Biologist Developing 3-D Computer Model of a Full Animal, Cell by Cell

Eyleen O’Rourke and colleagues are creating the first computer simulation of an entire living organism to better understand genetics, environment and disease.

Science vs. Reality

Students taking Psychology Professor Vikram Jaswal’s course are learning alongside a group of autistic adults in Northern Virginia – and are surprised by what they are finding.

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Bloom, Cox Named Fellows of the World's Largest General Scientific Society

Dec 02, 2016

Biologist George Bloom, cell biologist David Brautigan and physicist Brad Cox are 2016 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Election as an AAAS Fellow is an honor bestowed upon association members by their peers.

College Introducing New Study Abroad Program For Incoming Students

Dec 01, 2016

Based at Regent’s University London in the heart of the United Kingdom's capital’s royal Regent’s Park, the new program will offer first-year undergraduates the opportunity to start their college education overseas as both UVA students and citizens of the world.

UVA Sociologist Explains How Germans' Memories of War Changed Over Time

Nov 29, 2016

When University of Virginia sociology professor Jeffrey K. Olick visited the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial a few years ago, he saw something unexpected: a second monument had been erected there.

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Fall Term Examinations

Thursday, Dec. 8 through Friday, Dec. 16

Fall Term Courses End

Tuesday, December 6

Family Holiday Concerts

Charlottesville Symphony at UVA and the University Singers present their annual Family Holiday Concerts, Dec. 3 & 4, Old Cabell Hall

Messiah Sing-In - A UVA Tradition for 49 Years!

Dept of Music, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 8 PM, Old Cabell Auditorium