UVA's creative writing program ranks in the top tier nationally. We profile five graduates of this esteemed program who are celebrating their publishing debuts.
Jamie Howard (Col '90) uses techniques culled from television sports coverage to bring excitement to fishing films.
Professor Anita Clayton (Med '82) explores the psychological dimension of women's discontentment with their sexual experiences.
When Kenda Mutongi (Grad ’93, ’96), a history professor at Williams College, returned to her village in Kenya to organize the digging of a well, she met unexpected resistance.
James Coan probes how the mind reacts to emotional situations, from holding hands to being homesick. Barry Condron blazes trails with computer images of fruit flies.
Jerry and Lauren Bias build on Jefferson’s legacy of viticulture.
Sons of Bill have adventures and misadventures during their July 2007 tour of Asia.
Lou Bloomfield, who teaches the popular introductory physics course "How Things Work," explains the science behind objects that students see every day.
Engineering and architecture students collaborate to design the Learning Barge, a floating classroom meant to teach schoolchildren in Hampton Roads about ecology on the Elizabeth River.
Worsening traffic on Virginia roads demands high-tech solutions. The Smart Travel Lab uses advanced computer models to develop them.
Research by professor John L. Knapp breaks down the University's sources of funding and its influence on the Charlottesville economy.
Charles E. McMurdo (Engr '29) recalls his years at the University.