A virtual panel discussion reflecting on the counter-protest of Aug. 12, 2017, with professor and antiracist activist Jalane Schmidt moderating, will take place Wednesday, August 12.
While there have been improvements in levels of the country’s fine particulate air pollution, UVA economists’ research shows that the same areas most polluted 40 years ago remain so today.
Tammy McHale will play a key role as part of Dean Baucom’s leadership team during a critical time for the College of Arts & Sciences and for the University.
One hundred years ago, when Charlottesville began an eight-year period of monument-building, the city wrote a series of historical narratives that have reverberated to the present.
Psychology professor Robert Emery offers guidance about nurturing marital relationships when families are spending more time together than ever.
Researchers like Rajveer “Raj” Nehra, a member of the College of Arts & Science's class of 2020, are exploring how light waves could completely revolutionize the way computers solve big problems.
For Jarett Zigon, chair of UVA's Biomedical Ethics Program, focusing on our relationships is the key to making responsible choices during a pandemic.
Astronomy's L. Ilsedore Cleeves wins a prestigious award recognizing her as female STEM leader and funding her efforts to train and mentor the next generation.
President Jim Ryan has announced that all students, regardless of citizenship or immigration status, will now be eligible for admission and enrollment at UVA.
The political legacy of the bubonic plague pandemic, which lasted from 1347 to 1351, lingered more than 500 years after the disease struck – well into the late 19th century.