An innovative Web application dedicated to Jefferson's only published book has been developed by English Professors John O’Brien, Brad Pasanek and the Scholars' Lab.
By 2018-19, nearly half of our faculty will be new. This type of generational transformation has a lightning-in-a-bottle quality.
Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil will share their experience and creative insights on Sept. 30 at Culbreth Theatre on the Arts Grounds.
Its name is Rivanna, and it’s our new $2.4 million Cray computing cluster, designed to greatly enhance and establish computationally intensive and data-intensive research at U.Va.
More than 100 students and faculty gathered at Garrett Hall for the “Be Epic” Entrepreneurship Kickoff.
In a 1948 issue of Life magazine, a photo essay entitled “Harlem Gang Leader” introduced Gordon Parks to the world.
We will meet in the Amphitheater on Thursday, September 18, at 9 p.m. to "...show support for Hannah, her loved ones, each other, and this community we call home."
The centerpiece of this website is a set of 25 lectures given by Cantor on Shakespeare and politics.
Enslaved laborers played vital roles in the University’s early decades.