UVA, the College, and local partners offer a variety of events that echo and continue King’s work for social justice, from interfaith services to talks with leading intellectuals and artists
The Department of Media Studies celebrated its 10th anniversary with a well-attended alumni media panel, titled “A Crisis in Credibility,” on January 11 in New York City.
Everson is widely known for artistic films highlighting the African-American working class and sought after for his teaching skills. His work is now being featured at the National Museum of African-American History and Culture.
Six new courses in a variety of disciplines are integrating elements of sustainability, in accordance with UVA’s Sustainability Plan. Three are offered by the College.
For the first time, a UVA graduate student has received a Council of Graduate Schools/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Humanities and Fine ArtS.
The American Mathematical Society has awarded its 2018 Albert Leon Whiteman Memorial Prize to Karen Parshall for her groundbreaking work in the history of mathematics.
Fourth-year students Attiya Latif and Jack Chellman and 2016 graduate Porter Nenon will study in the UK. The scholarships are largely funded by the British government.
The Hollywood producer has brought us both “Breaking Bad” and “The Notebook” – and many other films.
Lisa Russ Spaar coached students on the importance of their voices, while two members of the UVA community received Thomas Jefferson Awards at the University’s annual Fall Convocation.
Next fall, 20 first-year students enrolled will have the opportunity to study at Fudan University in Shanghai.