“Aleppo pine trees are very political trees, which is why they are so interesting from an anthropological perspective.”
O’Keefe’s research is focused on the perineurium, a cell barrier that serves as a protective force between individual nerves and the rest of the body.
The Joseph and Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation is the foremost contributor to U.Va. arts programs.
"This is a story of Jewish heroism and resistance, not only of German Jews, but of Soviet Jewish soldiers."
Almost 400 authors and participants – including dozens of faculty, staff, students and alumni – will share their written work and insights about writing at 199 events on Grounds and in Charlottesville.
“John was a lively and stimulating colleague, a splendid teacher and an excellent scholar, as well as a lot of fun.”
Sissako is one of the few filmmakers from Africa to reach a level of international acclaim and influence.
Peter Ochs and Michael Suarez have been invited to deliver prestigious lectures this spring at Cambridge and Oxford, respectively.
Professor Arras has been a member of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues since its inception in 2010.
Chemistry Professor T. Brent Gunnoe is co-director of U.Va.'s side of the partnership.