After reviewing a school-wide call for proposals, the Arts Fellows Program has selected its second cohort of Arts & Sciences faculty to pursue creative and scholarly work while developing arts courses that expand interdisciplinary initiatives
In 2013, the pioneering research of Professor of Environmental Sciences James Galloway, and then-graduate student Allison Leach led UVA’s Board of Visitors to approve a plan to reduce the emissions of reactive nitrogen from campus activities 25 percent by 2025.
Fourth-year Aryn Frazier has a track record of throwing herself full force into the causes she’s passionate about. It’s a trait that’s helped propel her forward, first as a Jefferson Scholar and student leader at UVA, and now as a new Rhodes Scholar.
Internationally acclaimed novelist Amitav Ghosh will deliver a series of public lectures and workshops as the Institute of the Humanities & Global Cultures’ Distinguished Writer-in-Residence on April 26, 27 and 28.
The College is a 'Signature Event Partner' for this year's festival, which begins April 10 and runs through April 16. More than 60 bands, 200 speakers and 400 community organizations in a variety of outdoor spaces, theaters, galleries and concert venues will be showcased.
Poetry was inscribed on clay tablets 5,000 years ago, has been a common element of cultures around the world and today is enjoying a resurgence on social media. It’s also getting an elevated focus at the University of Virginia through the new Center for Poetry and Poetics.