Professor Elizabeth Hutton Turner had just finished teaching her art history class when she got word. A painting she had been seeking for years had finally been found.
New UVA research shows how cancer can remodel human chromosomes, affecting the workings of our genes and allowing cancer to spread.
From beautiful hiking trails near Grounds to a new skatepark, UVA students explore five easy, accessible activities around Charlottesville that comply with physical distancing guidelines.
The annual Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign provides UVA employees an opportunity to give back to the community.
Ubiquitous data collection can invade privacy, sometimes inadvertently, but a graduate student is working on a data-refining algorithm to safeguard personal information.
Also in this roundup: The Library of Virginia named an English professor’s book the best of the year; a young doctor is earning notice; a law professor joins prestigious ranks; a report on glacier music wins an Emmy; and more.
A new fellowship started by UVA Athletics and the Contemplative Sciences Center aims to empower student-athletes to address unique issues they face, such as the strain of balancing their time demands and their social and emotional well-being.
The singing telegrams are a product of President Jim Ryan’s office and meant to sow comfort and joy during this difficult time.