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‘Woman of La Mancha’ Finds Her Calling Through Indigenous Literature, Service

Students hone their grammatical and writing skills while reading and discussing works by authors who have used writing as a tool for social justice and change.

Faculty Spotlight: George Bloom Seeks to Untangle Alzheimer’s Riddle

Bloom, a professor of biology, cell biology and neuroscience, chair of the Department of Biology and member of the UVA Brain Institute, leads a research program dedicated to bringing new insights to one of humanity’s most devastating brain afflictions: Alzheimer’s disease, which now affects nearly 6 million Americans.


Economist’s Award-Winning Research Probes the Financial Choices of Retirement

Jan 08, 2020

Lockwood, who has taught economics at UVA for two years, focused on retirement because of its economic uncertainty.

Memory Project of the Democracy Initiative Building Momentum

Dec 10, 2019

In the shadow of the right-wing violence that came to Charlottesville in August of 2017, the legacies of slavery in the U.S. and the problematic history of Charlottesville and UVA, the Memory Project's objective is to explore the role memory plays in how individuals and communities create identity.

Life-Skills Coach Brings New Dimension to Student Advising

Dec 06, 2019

Students looking for advice or counseling at UVA have a wealth of resources to choose from, but it’s not always clear where to go to get the kind of help they need.


Winter Study Abroad Fair

International Studies Office, 11 AM - 3 PM, Thursday, Jan. 23, Newcomb Hall South & Commonwealth Rooms

Oceans, Climate & Human Health

Building Bridges Lecture with Rita Colwell. 4 PM, Tuesday, Jan. 21, Rotunda Dome Room 

Synthetic Biology 2100: Visioning a Genetically Modified 22nd Century

Page-Barbour Speaker Series. 11 AM, Wednesday, Jan. 22, Rotunda Dome Room