According to UVA’s Douglas Laycock the legal basis of Americans’ supposed right to a religious exemption to vaccination is less clear than such policies’ popularity would suggest.
Robyn Hadley’s dedication to serving young people can be traced to her days as a first-generation college student and her deep love for her alma mater, North Carolina’s Graham High School.
Third-year student Davon Okoro is both a nursing student and fashion designer. His company, Guérison Globale – founded during quarantine – offers a range of spirited designs informed by Okoro’s passion for health care, hip-hop and art.
Kibbe comes to UVA from her role as the Colin G. Thomas Jr. Distinguished Professor and chair of the Department of Surgery at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
This year’s lineup will include an episode of the highly anticipated Hulu limited series “Dopesick,” starring and executive produced by Michael Keaton, and filmed in Virginia.
With the goal of helping students learn public speaking skills, Cady Garey, the faculty adviser of the new UVA Speaking Center – which was started by student Chris Obolensky – provides public speaking tips.
Professor emeritus and foreign affairs scholar Brantly Womack corrects common misconceptions about China’s geopolitical power and charts a course forward.
Two fourth-year students are teaching Native American youth in South Dakota about science – and the possibilities of higher education.