Well known for its rich collection of traditional music programs, the McIntire Department of Music now includes unique and innovative curriculum that explores electronic, popular and non-Western music.
At a time when there is increasing competitiveness for a limited pool of federal funding, A&S faculty continue to push the frontiers of new knowledge through a variety of funding resources.
The funding will go toward the creation of new courses and research focused on the connected histories and cultures of Africa, Latin America, South and East Asia and other world regions.
Public policy and psychology professor Ben Converse discusses his research on the impact of rivalries on human behavior – and how that relates to the sports rivalry between UVA and Virginia Tech.
Pulitzer-prize winning author Marilynne Robinson, who has written extensively on faith and religion in public life, will give a series of public lectures at UVA.
A new program to support A&S faculty’s creative and scholarly projects in the arts and to develop new forms of experiential learning has selected its first class of Arts Fellows.
6 PM, Friday, Feb. 26, Old Cabell Hall
The Second Biennial Disability Studies Symposium at UVA. Friday, Feb. 19, Newcomb Hall Ballroom
The Intimacy Lecture series, with English Professor Susan Fraiman. Thursday, Feb. 18, 5 PM, 229 Bryan Hall
Presented by the Dance Program of the Dept. of Drama. 8 PM, Saturday, Feb. 13, Culbreth Theatre
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Jesse W. Beams (1898-1977), (Ph.D. Physics, '26), one of America's greatest experimental physicists.
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