Lack of respect and courtesy constitute a serious national problem, according to a study conducted in 2002, and most people interviewed saw the problem as getting worse.
For 20 years, our state has put essentially every other priority ahead of education. It has done this for so long that most people simply take it for granted now that the state can dodge this most basic of its obligations.
This year’s U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of America’s best colleges yielded a familiar outcome for the University.
More than 77,000 alumni have contributed to the campaign. Here are the five largest gifts to UVA.
Against the backdrop of the deepest recession since the 1930s, the University announced on Sept. 14 that it had reached the $2 billion mark in its $3 billion fundraising campaign.
A Q & A with Greg Roberts explores admissions.
A feud between Joe Rogan and Carlos Mencia spurred two law professors to examine intellectual property rights among comedians.
Kim Tanzer is the new dean of the UVA School of Architecture and Harry Harding is the first dean of the Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy.
Francis S. Collins to head multi-billion dollar research institute.
Medical School dean Steven T. DeKosky is a “Rock Star of Science,” according to the June issue of GQ magazine.
Dobie, Balz and Watson houses were torn down this summer to make way for two new six-story dorms that will house more students, and be greener and more efficient.
Wynne and the board look forward to guiding the University through a number of major leadership changes.
Advocate for African American students and "mother away from home" retires after 20 years.
John T. Casteen III, UVA’s seventh president, announces he will step down on August 1, 2010.
Former U.S. Senator John Warner (Law ’53) was made honorary Knight Commander by Queen Elizabeth II on March 17.
With the Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center and Smith Education Center now fully open for business, a visit to Monticello has become an even richer experience.