In-depth biography of the devout pastor who stood up to Hitler’s laws has won the 2015 Christianity Today Book Award in Biography/History.
When people perceive anger and fear in others, a region of the brain called the amygdala sends signals that allow us to prepare for potentially threatening situations.
The third-annual event will feature poster sessions about the scientific contributions of the English naturalist as well as presentations on research of evolution and biodiversity.
Global Development Studies and Environmental Sciences major Dyanna Jaye is passionate about climate change.
The first project under the agreement provides $1 million to fund research in the laboratory of chemistry professor James Landers.
A Virginia Beach native, Williams is double-majoring in anthropology and women, gender and sexuality, with a minor in film studies.
Thirteen students from Arts & Sciences have been invited to join student leaders from around the world at next month’s Clinton Global Initiative University meeting in Coral Gables, Fla.
Black leaders’ stories are narratives of hardship, determination and success situated in local communities and national culture.
Using a $2.5 million Dept. of Energy grant, Craig Dukes and his team of postdoctoral fellows, graduate and undergraduate students have designed and built a system that powers the electronics on a $280 million, 14,000-ton particle detector.
It’s likely that Ken Elzinga has impacted more students than any professor in University of Virginia history.