His charge is to shape and direct UVA’s collaborative research and scholarship portfolio and to advance the University’s research infrastructure and support services. more >
The project will recruit undergraduate students and train them to assist instructors during regular class time, using skills to guide inquiry-based activities during the learning process, asking questions rather than answering them. more >
Working with Charlottesville’s Legal Aid Justice Center, students will receive hands-on training on cases that have potential to provide real relief to groups of people harmed by discrimination or deprivation of protected rights, organizers said. more >
In partnership with the alumnae-run startup DreamWakers, the Virginia College Advising Corps has launched a high school classroom speaker series designed to encourage greater college attendance among low-income and first-generation Virginians. more >
Saunier, a retired administrator who played a rarely acknowledged role in boosting UVA’s African-American student enrollment in the late 1960s, died Wednesday. more >
Alex Griffith, the only student to work as a permanent part of the “American Forum” production team, has a rare glimpse into the inner workings of a national television program. more >
Virginians have another option to pursue a UVA bachelor’s degree – and they can do it without taking classes in Charlottesville. more >