Ken Ono is one of the world’s most renowned theoretical mathematicians, but his side gig could revolutionize the sport of swimming.
The pine forests that William Wylie photographed in the Poudre Canyon of Northeast Colorado 30 to 40 years ago will never look the same again – especially after last year’s fire.
UVA third-year student E.G. Radcliff knew she liked storytelling long before she could even read or write.
Associate professor of biology Martin Wu is using cutting-edge genome-sequencing technology to train the next generation of microbial detectives.
New band director Elliott Tackitt has an ambitious plan to expand the repertoire and reach of UVA’s marching band on college football Saturdays.
One of the College’s most sought-after undergraduate STEM majors is about to take a giant step forward.
UVA kicked off a new partnership with StoryCorps on October 13, making it the first academic partner in the audio nonprofit’s efforts to bridge political and social divides through its “One Small Step” project.
The UVA Democracy Initiative and StoryCorps’ “One Small Step” is launching a new partnership, focused on facilitating difficult conversations in the local community.
Tessa Ader’s gift will transform the arts at UVA by providing a home for concerts, dance, theater and interdisciplinary art forms.
“The Wrong End of the Telescope” tells what happens when Lebanese doctor Mina Simpson goes to the infamous Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos.