Inefficiencies in the technology of converting sunlight into power and storing it for use have limited the appeal of solar power, but a recent discovery by a team led by two researchers at UVA could eliminate a significant obstacle to making it work on a large scale.
The honored faculty members include Angeline Lillard, professor of psychology and director of UVA’s Early Development Lab; Karen Hunger Parshall, professor of history and mathematics; and Patricia L. Wiberg, professor of environmental sciences.
New research at the University of Virginia has found evidence that children as young as 3 show physiological changes that co-occur with the distinction these toddlers draw between violations of moral and conventional norms.
“These courses will explore some of today’s most relevant topics – from the science of pandemics, to racial justice, to the importance of democracy, to an examination of sustainable cities of the future.”
The College’s Learning Design & Technology team has played a large part in helping faculty transition to online and hybrid instruction. Team members share their thoughts on what’s working and what’s to come.