The series features stories written by faculty authors and by researchers who serve on the President’s Commission on the University in the Age of Segregation, or who conduct research as part of the commission’s responsibilities.
One in an occasional series about the findings of the president’s commissions on Slavery and on the University in the Age of Segregation. This installment examines the false narratives of statues, including the George Rogers Clark statue.
Paul Martin teaches a course aimed at improving experiences for first-generation students at UVA, while also participating in a wide range of activities for the betterment of the Charlottesville community.
Alex Hernandez, dean of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, writes that the digital world actually requires us to be more human, making a liberal arts education more important than ever.
The Criterion Collection, which promotes important classic and contemporary films, is showing several of UVA’s “Black Fire” films about Black student life on Grounds from the 1960s through the present.