The study, published in the journal Science and coordinated by Psychology Professor Brian Nosek, sought to replicate 100 findings published in three prominent psychology journals. Twenty-two students and faculty from U.Va. were among the co-authors.
Amid global stock market concerns, U.Va. economists made the short drive down Interstate 64 to the institution responsible for implementing many of the policies they research: the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.
H. Julian Bond, University of Virginia professor emeritus of history and one of America’s foremost civil rights leaders, died on Saturday night in Fort Walton Beach, Florida after a brief illness. He was 75.
Jake Promisel, a rising third-year astronomy and physics major; his brother Mike, a 2014 alumnus in government; and their father, Andy, a 1985 U.Va. systems engineering graduate, founded GYRO, a new social media platform that allows users to express their opinions about Web content in an intuitive and accurate way.
When former U.VA. basketball player Jerome Meyinsse returns to Grounds, he always makes two stops: John Paul Jones Arena, home of the men’s basketball team, and Monroe Hall, home of the Economics Department.
Watching “The Forgetting River,” Marie Curie International Fellow and visiting scholar Loraine Bacchus realized that Marianne Kubik's play, "The Forgetting River," could help her achieve the kind of compelling realism she needed.