Writing “can be a powerful, creative and vulnerable exploration to better understand healing, grieving and the human experience,” one winner said.
For the first time, U.Va. students have curated an exhibit at The Fralin Museum of Art, selecting photographs of the human body in motion from the museum’s permanent collection.
Andrew Chen has been awarded a prestigious, two-year Equal Justice Works Fellowship that will allow him to provide legal aid to homeless youths in Los Angeles. “A big goal of this project is to give kids a second chance,” he said.
Life experiences have guided the direction of chemical engineering student Joanna Adadevoh’s career as she works to find new ways to purify polluted water.
On Sunday, engineering students Trisha Hajela and Grace Wusk will present “Ladies in the Lab: An Interactive Showcase of Women in STEM.” The event is designed to help foster an early interest in STEM topics for middle and high school girls.
The Charlottesville Newsplex hosts a weekly three-minute segment each Wednesday evening at 5:35 p.m. The segment highlights University of Virginia faculty and staff members engaged in research and scholarship, teaching and learning and public service. Check out the latest episode.
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For our most recent Throwback Thursday post on Facebook, we combed through our collection of Corks and Curls in search of pictures of some of our notable alumni.
We looked for individuals who could be easily recognized and, to provide a challenge, some who could not. Surprisingly, some of the people we had in mind, like Robert Kennedy (LAW 1951), didn’t have an individual photo.
We narrowed the selected pics down to a group of...Read More
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