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UVA Science and Engineering Faculty Win a Record-Breaking 13 NSF CAREER Awards
The CAREER Award is one of the most prestigious grants available for early-career faculty members who are destined to become leaders in science and engineering. This year, UVA’s faculty are winning in record numbers.
The New Sound of History
When historians tell the story of the COVID-19 pandemic, will there be perspectives missing? Rapper and UVA professor A.D. Carson is using rap as the language of a more inclusive and a more personal kind of historical document.
The Long Echo of "Silent Spring"
This month in 1962, the publication of Rachel Carson’s book Silent Spring revolutionized the way scientists thought about the environment. Its impact still resonates today.
Behind the Scenes of the $3.7 Million Hydrogen Energy ‘Earthshot’ at UVA
Learn more about the UVA-led project that could be a major piece of the nation and the world’s energy puzzle.
What’s the True Story of Brooks Hall?
Richard Guy Wilson gave an address in 1976 noting the 100 years of Brooks Hall. Some credit his talk with saving the building.
No Unity Without Justice: Student and Community Organizing During the 2017 Summer of Hate
Now through Oct. 29. Small Special Collections Library
Solid Pictures: Photosculpture and the Reproduction of Reality
Department of Art, Lindner Lecture Series. 6:30 PM, Thursday, Sept. 29, 160 Campbell Hall
Making Noise in the Library: Michael McNulty, Tina Hashemi, and Ami Falk Jazz Trio
Dept. of Music, 3 PM, Friday, Sept. 30, Music Library in Old Cabell Hall
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