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College Faculty Lead Global Effort to Combat Religious Violence

The Global Covenant of Religions puts Charlottesville at the center of an international network of 400-plus diplomats, scholars, religious leaders and students dedicated to addressing one of today’s most urgent issues.

Nau Center To Explore America’s Defining Conflict

William Faulkner once famously wrote, “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” So it is with the American Civil War, and our new center will examine the conflict in all aspects – and how it continues to influence us today.


College Forum Aims to Build Community and Understanding

Nov 24, 2015

The College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences is hosting a Dec. 1 forum to discuss progress and invite feedback on a series of diversity and inclusion initiatives that faculty leaders began crafting this spring.

Honors Politics Major Russell Bogue Among 2015 Class of Rhodes Scholars

Nov 23, 2015

Bogue, a fourth-year student majoring in politics and Mandarin Chinese, has remarkably diverse interests ranging from playing club squash to preventing sexual assault to Bible study to founding a political journal.

UVA Joins Research Effort to Improve Lives of Black Girls and Women

Nov 20, 2015

UVA is among 25 institutions joining the newly created Collaborative to Advance Equity through Research. The group will be researching and advancing programs to help youth whose problems have only recently come into the public arena: girls and young women of color.


Tea Time Recitals

Talented UVA students present a varied menu of musical delights. Dept. of Music, Wednesday, Dec. 2, 1 to 4 PM, Old Cabell Hall.

The Fate of Journalism in the New Media Era

Media Studies Dept. and the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. Thursday, Dec. 3, 4 PM, Harrison Institute Auditorium