Catch up on some of the news from around the University.
Three ’Hoos receive funds to study in the United Kingdom next year.
Take a look at how the University is using the Strategic Investment Fund.
Two Charlottesville establishments are slated for demolition to lend space for future Ivy Corridor buildings.
A new space between Clemons and Alderman libraries provides a place for students to reflect.
The Board of Visitors passed a resolution to take down the Confederate tablets, calling for them to be “preserved as artifacts of the era in which they were erected.”
Learn about Carla Williams, UVA's new athletics director.
News from around the University, including the Bicentennial Launch celebration; a new name for the IRC dorm; faculty updates; and the clear bag policy
A new scholarship program hopes to attract more underrepresented groups to the E-school.
A pilot program for a dramatically different undergraduate curriculum gets favorable early reviews.
See where UVA ranks among the top colleges and universities in the country, according to US News & World Report, Money Magazine, Princeton Review and The Economist.
Nearly 90 percent of incoming first-years were in the top tenth of their graduating high school class. Check out the class by the numbers.
UVA student Otto Warmbier (Com ’17), who died after spending 17 months in North Korean captivity, will receive a bachelor of arts degree in economics.
The UVA chapter accepted a $1.65 million payout, marking the end of litigation.
October’s Bicentennial Launch Celebration figures to be one heck of a party.
Training the next generation to think outside of their disciplines is a goal of the UVA Global Infectious Diseases Institute and the Environmental Resilience Institute.
The Freedom Ring memorial, a representation of the University’s relationship with slavery, is expected to be completed by the Bicentennial in 2019.
New rector Rusty Conner (Col ’78, Law ’81) is one of several people in a new role on the University’s Board of Visitors.
Officials, alumni condemn violence in the name of hate on Grounds and in town.
Virginia’s Curry School of Education climbs in the rankings; a new student center opens on the Corner; and a Grammy Award-winning producer visits Grounds.