Third-year engineering student Charlie Osborne and a fellow lifeguard saved a pilot from a sinking plane off of a New Jersey beach last Saturday.
After many students lost summer jobs and internships due to the COVID-19 pandemic, UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service opened its arms by offering more than two dozen students the chance to work on its Virginia Clean Energy Project.
See how Ester Rekhelman used her art to give back to the Charlottesville community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Hoo’s Connected” will draw together new students in small groups to talk about ways to build great peer groups and find their place at UVA.
Rithvik Gundlapalli and a friend are working on an off-site triage system that may change the way emergency rooms across the country are run.
See how Phi Sigma Pi at UVA raised nearly $50,000 for anti-racism organizations … in two short days.
Second-year student Lucia Hoerr started a nonprofit organization when she was 9 years old to provide backpacks and school supplies to needy kindergarten through 12th-grade students in Charlottesville and throughout much of Virginia.
Recent graduate Jeannie Taylor has been leading a team of students that has raised more than $24,000 for eight service projects in the Charlottesville community.