As difficult as it may be to win a Rhodes scholarship – only 32 Rhodes Scholars are chosen nationwide each year – a remarkable number of U.Va. graduates have accomplished the feat.
Between U.Va.'s Department of Astronomy and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville is a hub of astronomical discovery and world-class research.
As a debate over the vocational value of a liberal arts education focuses on the employment opportunities it can provide, more students are eager to start chiseling away to specialize their studies toward a potential career as quickly as possible.
As the sheer volume of data in a range of computationally intensive fields grows bigger, work involving “big data” increasingly lands at the intersection of disciplines.
“Aleppo pine trees are very political trees, which is why they are so interesting from an anthropological perspective.”
O’Keefe’s research is focused on the perineurium, a cell barrier that serves as a protective force between individual nerves and the rest of the body.
Career Panel, English Department. Monday, April 6, 5 PM. Faculty Lounge, Bryan Hall.
Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. Wednesday, April 1, 4 PM, Garrett Hall.
Monday, March 30, 6:30-8:00 PM, Newcomb Hall South Meeting Room
Physics Department. Wednesday, April 15, 7 PM. Reception to follow. 402 Chemistry Building.
The U.Va. Admission Blog
Robert Hutchings (Ph.D. Government '79), Dean, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas
More than 200 new faculty. It’s our time to make history.