Tin-coated iron shingles from the original University of Virginia Rotunda dome appear to have survived within the building’s walls following the 1895 blaze that heavily damaged the iconic structure.
Existing treatments for Clostridium difficile often leave room for relapse, but a new drug being developed at U.Va. appears to negate that problem.
Research interns at the University of Virginia presented their projects and celebrated each other’s summer-long work as the last weeks of their internships come to a close.
Economist Steven Stearn found that Region Ten, the only option for those who cannot afford private mental health care, faces at least twice as much demand as it is serving.
Among U.S. hourly workers, who comprise 56 percent of the workforce, almost a third earn less than the $10.10 rate President Obama proposed as the federal minimum wage in his 2014 State of the Union address.
The project “is breaking new ground in encouraging theologians and religion scholars to attend more intentionally to the everyday experiences of ordinary Christians,” an endowment official said.
A pilot program at the U.Va. Medical Center keeps parents in touch with their babies, and their babies’ caregivers, when they can’t be at the bedside.
Students in the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership’s High School Leaders Program have been grappling with problems facing today’s policymakers. Hear what they offer as possible solutions to these problems on Friday.
She majored in studio art and minored in computer science at U.Va. Her first job was with U.Va.'s Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, helping to digitally recreate ancient Rome. But her passion? Rock 'n' roll.
About 700 first-year students learned about getting around Grounds and signing up for classes during one of eight orientation sessions offered before the start of the semester.
The Center for Politics will update its interactive maps weekly, showing which way its analysts believe races for the House, Senate and governorships are leaning and explaining the logic behind changes in ratings.
The popular Tony Award-winning farce “One Man, Two Guvnors” concludes the 40th-anniversary season of the Heritage Theatre Festival in a comedic uproar with plot twists, mistaken identities and mayhem. The show runs July 24 through Aug. 2.
A study by U.Va. researcher Ben Castleman examining the impact intensive advising has on college graduation rates of low-income, first-generation students is one of three winners of a national competition.
The traditional way to teach engineering – lectures, homework sets and tests – often leaves little room for students to do actual hands-on engineering. Several professors in U.Va.’s Engineering School are now using the latest innovative methods.
Free health screenings and other information are planned for the annual Charlottesville Community Health Fair, to be held July 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Booker T. Washington Park on Preston Avenue.
The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing unites industry and academic resources to improve products and manufacturing systems. Results are applied directly to the factory floor, turning ideas into profit quickly and affordably.
What can Marlon Brando and John Steinbeck teach future lawyers about how they go about their work? Informal, one-credit seminars use books, films and simulations to explore the concepts of legal ethics and morality.
Students in Lisa Woolfork’s “Game of Thrones” summer course are using their literary analysis skills to examine the way the novels are transformed into the HBO series.
As the Rotunda temporarily closes for restoration, some pieces of U.Va. history are relocating.
The McIntire Business Institute, which has taught business concepts to non-business majors and the general public for more than three decades, is now being offered online, too.