News & Stories
What’s Wrong with the Kids?
In many ways, kids are safer, healthier and more productive than they’ve ever been, but that may not be good news.
Ten Years of Expanding the Reach of Language Instruction
UVA's College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences hosted a meeting of the Consortium for Less Commonly Taught Languages in March, celebrating a decade of opportunities for students to learn languages not taught at most U.S. universities.
‘Remarkable’ UVA Students Expand Possibilities Through Washington Post Partnership
Thanks to an intensive course in January, several UVA history students have earned bylines in one of the country’s most-read publications.
What the Heck is a ‘Cosmic Ray Veto Detector’?
A UVA Physics collaboration with Fermilab may help scientists understand how a universal building block called a “muon” behaves, providing clues to universal secrets.
UVA Named Top Producer for Fulbright US Student Program
The U.S. Department of State has named UVA as a Fulbright U.S. Student Program Top Producing Institution for the 2022-23 academic year.
Bryan Stevenson "Act Justly, Love Mercy: Exploring the Heart of Equal Justice
Theological Horizons. 7 PM, Tuesday, March 28, John Paul Jones Arena
2023 Economics Undergraduate Career Forum
Dept. of Economics, March 30-31, various locations
Making Noise in the Library: Corey Harris
Dept. of Music, 1 PM, Friday, March 31, Music Library in Old Cabell Hall
A Musical Adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
Dept. of Drama, 8 PM, March 30, 31 and April 1, 5-7, Culbreth Theatre
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