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‘A Mountaintop Moment’: Professor’s Met Exhibition Sparks Discovery of Lost Painting

Can you call me? That request landed in art professor Elizabeth Hutton Turner’s inbox after she wrapped up a session of her “American Modernism” course recently. The email was from Randall Griffey, a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, who had just met with Turner’s students on Zoom to discuss the Met exhibition Turner co-curated about American modernist painter Jacob Lawrence.

UVA Opens Its Doors a Little Wider for Working Adults

UVA Edge, a yearlong, six-course, online program, aims to give workers who might only have a few college courses – or none at all – a way to develop skills that can be useful in their careers and a new path to a degree.


Eyes Wide Open: In New Findings, 3-Year-Olds React to Immorality

Nov 19, 2020

New research at the University of Virginia has found evidence that children as young as 3 show physiological changes that co-occur with the distinction these toddlers draw between violations of moral and conventional norms.

How a Biology and Music Major Ended Up Running COVID Antibody Tests in St. Louis

Nov 19, 2020

After two internships fell through this summer, fourth-year Jonathan Danis found himself running COVID-19 antibody tests at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

Signature J-Term Courses set to Challenge Students on Today's Issues

Oct 29, 2020

“These courses will explore some of today’s most relevant topics – from the science of pandemics, to racial justice, to the importance of democracy, to an examination of sustainable cities of the future.”


Spring Semester

Courses begin February 1, 2021.

January Term

January 4 - January 15. Online only.

Fall Semester Exams

Administered online only. Dec. 2 - Dec. 11