• Funding Academic Excellence

    Budgeting for a complex organization like the University of Virginia is no simple task. Here’s a look at some of the numbers, and the priorities behind them.

  • Smooth Operation

    A by-the-numbers look at what it takes to keep the fleet running.

  • In the Name of God

    Jerry White and Peter Ochs see a world aflame with killing in the name of God, and they want to fight fire with fire — and with data.

  • Print Shop

    UVA has two of the most precise bioprinters in the nation. What can they do? How do they do it?

  • The Engines

    The men and women profiled here act as role models to co-workers and students. They're dedicated — no matter what. And each has worked behind the scenes for decades to help make UVA a safer, stronger place.

  • Hoos on the Bus

    Each year, UTS provides more than 3 million rides to the University community. We hopped on a bus and asked seven passengers to share their stories.

  • Beyond the Bus

    From streetcars to UTS to the UBike program, a look at on-Grounds transportation past, present and future.

  • Talking Virginia Hoops with Mark Titus

    Former Grantland writer Mark Titus answers our questions about last year’s men’s basketball team and what might be in store for the season ahead.

Highlights

Discovery and Loss

Discovery and Loss

Eleanor Gould delights in sharing glimpses of Monticello's biodiversity and inspires her Instagram followers to see the flowers and insects, fruits and vegetables, sun-dappled trees and sweeping vistas with fresh eyes.

How to Ace an Interview

How to Ace an Interview

Job interviews will always be stressful. The stakes are high, and the margin for error is slim. Here's how Alumni Career Services can help.

Alumni Spotlight

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Past, Present and Future

Alex Arriaga (Col '87) has tackled issues of human rights violations around the world — from torture and ethnic genocide to forced child marriage and the systemic rape of women in war zones — for the past 28 years. "Human rights," shes says, "is in my DNA."

The List

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Video

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Photo Gallery

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Quotes

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I hope [my students] learned that the civil rights movement was a movement of ordinary people, many of them just like these young people who were sitting in my class.  They should not believe that it was all magical figures like Martin Luther King.  People like King helped immeasurably.  But it wasn't all Martin Luther Kings.  It was mostly ordinary people who did this, and these students are ordinary people, and they can do the same thing.  They can rise to these heights themselves.

Julian Bond speaking to Virginia Magazine in 2012. Professor Bond passed away Saturday, August 15, 2015.

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