The awards roundup also includes a youth violence expert honored by a Sandy Hook family group and a nephrologist awarded $100,000 to support her research.
Edward McDonnell said business and engineering students have much to learn from one another. By combining different students’ skills and knowledge in business and technology, they can form interdisciplinary teams and work to start new companies.
University of Virginia engineering professor Maite Brandt-Pearce and former student Mohammad Noshad want to revolutionize wireless communication with light waves.
Students working on Eduardo Montes-Bradley’s documentary film, “Monroe Hill,” are learning the history of where they live, along with film production firsthand, from academic research to scriptwriting to interviewing to sound and lighting.
An international team led by U.Va.’s Lukas Tamm will look at changes in the virus’s outer envelope as it adapts to different hosts, with an eye toward predicting possible pandemics.
President Sullivan urged members of the University community to review the Policy on Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Other Forms of Interpersonal Violence as the beginning of the new academic year approaches.
The latest edition of the Cooper Center’s Virginia News Letter explains plans for more accurate fault line mapping in Virginia and strategies for better emergency preparedness in the wake of the 5.8 magnitude earthquake that struck in 2011.
Students in William Guilford’s classes go well beyond textbooks and drawings, creating real solutions to real problems – and perhaps even profiting from their ideas.
Research and policy analyst Annie Rorem believes that solid mathematical proof is the best way to promote social justice, and she wants more lawmakers to see the solutions hidden behind the statistics.
Baragiola, Alice and Guy Wilson Professor of Engineering Physics and Materials Science, was “always looking for questions” and was a key figure in the rise of the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
WXTJ – U.Va.’s all-student-run radio station – is slated to begin broadcasting on the frequency of 100.1 FM sometime within the coming months.
New laboratory technology that gives doctors the power to examine patients’ DNA quickly and effectively represents “a big step forward for the institution and the patients who come here,” director of the lab Dr. Mani S. Mahadevan said.
In his 29th and final season with the summer theater, director Robert Chapel has assembled a five-show lineup to make you laugh – a lot – and learn something too.
As part of an effort to include more maker-infused curriculum in the local schools, a group of educators spent time in D.C. learning, building and reminiscing about U.Va.
Kristopher Norris and Sam Speers’ new book offers case studies of five churches, ranging from an evangelical megachurch in California to a Baltimore congregation in the thick of the gay rights movement.
Thousands of local fans streamed into the John Paul Jones Arena Thursday evening to greet their heroes in person, celebrating the team’s first national title in 129 years of playing baseball.
Doctors stress that the treatment is not a cure for patients with a rare form of leukemia, but can buy time for patients as they seek stem cell donors. It’s also an approach that could be used against other cancers, they said.
As potential new stem-cell treatments for blindness caused by diabetic retinopathy advance toward trials, the research team answered one key question: Where should the stem cells come from?
Yes, Kelly Thomas really does want to become a rocket scientist, and the summer internships she has landed appear to have her on the right track.
Dickerson, a 1991 U.Va. graduate, talks about how his time in Charlottesville prepared him for his latest career stop, offers advice to students who wish to follow in his footsteps and reveals his favorite spot on Grounds.