The coronavirus pandemic delayed their plans last spring, but an Anthropology professor and her students recently completed a curated exhibit for the public.
Ian Baucom and Eric Turkheimer are among the 252 new fellows in the 241st class.
Killian, a midshipman in UVA's Naval ROTC detachment, will graduate in May with a degree in chemistry. After that she is headed to Pensacola, Florida, to begin flight training.
Efforts to understand how malaria survives stressors that could wipe it out might help Assistant Professor Jennifer Güler put an end to one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases.
Abel Liu, who worked to aid students caught in the COVID-19 pandemic, was surprised by President Jim Ryan with news of the Truman Scholarship late last week.
Yao-Lun Yang, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Astronomy, is lead author of a new study examining the formation of organic molecules at the dawn of planet formation.
Innovations in the science that creates the colors we see on our cellphones and computer screens have won Assistant Professor of Chemistry Robert Gilliard an award given to the country’s most promising young researchers and educators.
Conventional painkillers only mask symptoms caused by inflammation. Tim Ware’s research targets inflammation’s source and has won him one of the NIH’s top honors for graduate researchers.
After missing a year due to COVID-19, the Virginia Festival of the Book is back with two weeks of virtual readings and discussions, many featuring Arts & Sciences faculty, staff and alumni.
With the help of volunteers, environmental scientists at UVA are gearing up for a large-scale study of the impacts of clean air legislation and climate change on the commonwealth’s mountain streams.