Sam Mogen is graduating from the University of Virginia as this year’s recipient of the Wallace-Poole Prize, the highest honor given to an undergraduate majoring in environmental sciences.
James Galloway and Tim Wilson, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences colleagues – who are also research collaborators – have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, one of the highest honors for a scientist.
Every language that becomes extinct takes with it a unique body of knowledge and cultural insight, but with Will Norton’s help, a handful of those languages could have a fighting chance.
Lawrie Balfour (Politics) and Brian Teare (Creative Writing) were among the 175 scholars, writers, artists and scientists recognized this year by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
Cabin fever isn’t a genuine psychological disorder. It’s a folk term for that combination of anxiety and exhaustion you experience when you begin to feel trapped in your own home.
In an article for The Conversation, psychologist Bethany Teachman examines the choices we have in the face of the pandemic threat.
Deborah Lawrence, Professor of Environmental Sciences, feels that If we don’t act now on climate as we emerge from the pandemic, we will face disaster after disaster.
Here are eight of the Learning Design & Technology team's favorite tips and tricks that could help you make your online classroom even better.
Associate Dean for the Social Sciences and Professor of History Christian McMillen literally wrote the book on pandemics.
Herbert “Tico” Braun has asked his current and former students if they would participate in a voluntary project to keep a record of their daily lives during this unprecedented time.