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.
The University of Virginia’s new multidisciplinary Brain Institute, established last spring, already has begun establishing the University as a national and state hub for basic and clinical brain research and education, and as a treatment center f
The UVA community will commemorate the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during a series of events taking place from January 16-31. The theme for this year's celebration is “Silence as Betrayal.”
Acclaimed writer Junot Díaz begins his three-week stay on Grounds as the Creative Writing Program’s fourth Kapnick Distinguished Writer-in-Residence on Jan. 23, with three public events scheduled for the award-winning novelist.