After two tours of combat and a suicide bomber's attack that left him badly injured, Dan Glanz is walking the Lawn this spring.
He meant to take a year's vacation from his stressful job, but instead he found a new mission in the streets of Katmandu.
On April 24, 2006, the U.S. Naval Hospital Ship Mercy sailed from San Diego on a mission to provide medical and other humanitarian assistance to the people of South and...
A professor emeritus of psychiatry at UVA, Vamik Volkan occupies a rare niche in his profession, examining global politics and ethnic conflict through the prism of psychoanalysis.
Emily Hesaltine addresses flaws in the Department of Homeland Security's emergency preparedness website with a site of her own.
Under tight security, former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami, the first high-ranking Iranian official to visit the United States in 30 years, delivered remarks at the Rotunda on Sept. 7.
Seduced long ago by a lion's roar, environmental sciences professor Bob Swap introduces a new generation of students to a complex and changing Africa.
In 1984, the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced a dazzling new acquisition of silver vessels from the third century B.C. But one question wouldn't go away: was it looted?