32 A&S students have been granted Harrison Undergraduate Research Awards.
As the sheer volume of data in a range of computationally intensive fields grows bigger, work involving “big data” increasingly lands at the intersection of disciplines.
“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.