Graduate students across the sciences are discovering that harnessing the power of big data is essential for reaching new frontiers of discovery.
The College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences thanks outgoing Associate Deans Allison Levine and Christian McMillan for their work during a uniquely challenging time at UVA as it welcomes the College's newest leaders.
Striving for connection at a big state university, Caroline Challe found that community was within her grasp. Now a fourth-year student, she shares the secret with others.
When the challenges of life as a graduate student got to be too much, Phoebe Cook, who studies the social lives of insects, set out to build a better support network for herself and for others.
Stephanie J. Rowley earned both a master’s degree and a doctorate in developmental psychology from UVA’s Graduate School of Arts & Sciences.
An unexpected obstacle derailed her research, but Ph.D. candidate Kelsie Wentz’s resilience put her back on the path to an award-winning graduate career in chemistry.
Alizé Dreyer, a history and global studies undergraduate student, examines the role Jews played in the formation of a Turkish national identity.
UVA’s recent initiative to commemorate important people and events over the past 50 years features the “Black Bus Stop” and renowned poet Rita Dove.
An astronomy major and a biochemical researcher are the University’s newest Goldwater Scholars.
An assistant professor and two postdoctoral researchers from the Department of Astronomy are among those recently awarded coveted observation time with the new James Webb Space Telescope.