UVA envisions a “Grounds Away From Grounds.”
It is one of just 52 cancer centers in the nation to earn Comprehensive Cancer Center Designation.
The Emmet-Ivy Corridor, a parcel of land larger than the Lawn, will bridge Central and North Grounds and the Athletic Precinct, and become the University’s new geographic center.
President Ryan applauds the efforts of people in the UVA community who have contributed good things in a tough year.
President James E. Ryan introduces a new series, Democracy Dialogues.
President Ryan shares how the challenging times of Covid are making the University stronger.
How the lessons of coeducation still matter today.
President James E. Ryan shares a reflection on the early days of UVA’s response to the coronavirus crisis.
President James E. Ryan discusses the University’s dedication to supporting students’ personal, intellectual and professional development.
President Ryan looks at how UVA hopes to represent the best in higher education.
President Ryan presents a brief overview of the goals and strategies of his strategic plan, approved in August.
President James E. Ryan (Law '92) shares how he hopes UVA can be an example of excellence paired with purpose.
President James E. Ryan (Law '92) shares the vision for the new School of Data Science.
President James E. Ryan shares his vision for the University, informed by UVA alumni and community members.
New president James E. Ryan introduces himself and discusses what alumni can expect from him in the early days of his tenure.
In her final letter as president, Teresa A. Sullivan reflects on the achievements of her tenure.
University President Teresa Sullivan shares her thoughts about UVA's value throughout the Commonwealth.
President Teresa A. Sullivan reflects on UVA's student-athletes and discusses the future of UVA sports.
Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan says the bicentennial will be much more than a birthday celebration.
President Teresa Sullivan says Michael White (Col ’81) is an example of a generous alum who has remained “steadfast” in the effort to help keep the University diverse.
In a national Gallup survey, UVA’s young alumni beat national averages in well-being, workplace engagement and emotional connection to their alma mater.
President Teresa A. Sullivan articulates plans for the Universities third century, while preparing to celebrate the achievements of the past 200 years.
The newly-formed UVA Brain Institute aims to develop more effective treatments for brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia, autism, epilepsy and traumatic brain injury.
President Sullivan discusses changes to the Rotunda, as well as the building’s evolving function in University life.
President Sullivan discusses the University’s complicated racial history and the current conversation in higher education surrounding unpleasant historical realities.