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.
Reigniting the writer-in-residence program.
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.
Among the fourteen professors and five graduate instructors receiving University teaching awards, nine are from Arts & Sciences.
Professor Thompson will use the grant to write and translate “After Lawrence: Woodrow Wilson and the Brief Promise of Arab Liberalism.”
This academic year, 10 students worked as interns for about 100 hours each semester in the museum, and took part in three training sessions and three academic seminars.
Tuesday, April 28
McIntire Department of Music. Tuesday, April 28, 8 PM, Old Cabell Hall.
Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies. Monday, April 27, 10 AM, 236 New Cabell Hall.
With History Dept. Chair Paul Halliday. Thursday, April 30, 6 PM, 341 Nau Hall.
Office of Undergraduate Admission
Chad Harbach (MFA Creative Writing '04) - Award winning novelist, author of 'The Art of Fielding'
More than 200 new faculty. It’s our time to make history.