This year’s medalists join a distinguished roster of medal winners that includes architects I.M. Pei and Frank Gehry, seven U.S. Supreme Court justices and several U.S. senators.
U.Va. fourth-year Charlie Tyson, who will attend Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar this fall, gives an opinion on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
Scholars discussed what the world could gain by paying more attention to disability.
The research provides important insight into B-cell leukemia, the causes of which are poorly understood, and could lead to new and better treatments.
U.Va. graduate and professional schools continue to thrive in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report rankings.
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.
Four 7,300-pound panels from the Berlin Wall arrived on Grounds this week, and they required some creative engineering to get to their new home near Alderman Library.
UVA Today recently reported on the project, which will be officially unveiled in April and is part of a larger program around the upcoming 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The panels were saved from Berlin thanks to the efforts of art collector and business leader Robert Hefner and feature a mural by West German graffiti artist Dennis Kaun.
U.Va. photographers captured the installation Monday and Tuesday, which...Read More
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