Those spaces that defined us first-year are getting redefined. And they’re taking on even more importance in student life.
After 23 years at the helm, Carl P. Zeithaml will continue as a strategic management professor.
Nearly 4,000 first-years arrived on Grounds this fall. Dig into some of the numbers that shape latest class of Wahoos.
New funding is expected to help the school expand its mission and physical footprint.
Funds will go toward the reopening of the First Amendment Clinic.
More than 400 sporting events, many of which were not previously broadcast, will give students opportunities to learn video production.
After further research, the pavilion is painted a hue consistent with the rest of the Lawn.
The former Stanford Law dean, called a “complete partner” by Jim Ryan, will focus on faculty and research as the team implements the 2030 Strategic Plan.
The binding option returns after a hiatus due to demand but won’t replace early action.
Catch up on some of the latest reads from alumni and faculty authors.
Fredson Bowers discovered the original sequence of poems to reveal a more vulnerable side to America’s poet.
We’re excited to share our good news. Virginia Magazine is a finalist for nine national editorial and design awards in publishing’s big “Folio: Show” in New York this October.
President Ryan presents a brief overview of the goals and strategies of his strategic plan, approved in August.
Madison House volunteers have worked to make Charlottesville a better place while learning leadership skills for life.
The unique space on Grounds wasn’t always so beloved.
The hidden nurses who helped integrate UVA Hospital received certificates when they graduated in the 1950s, but weren’t recognized as alumni until recently.
UVA’s year of championships goes global.
Researchers point to the gut as a source of information about disease.
Readers share their thoughts on past issues.
Editor S. Richard Gard Jr. provides a preview of the magazine’s Fall offerings.
Disruptions in politics and economics make compromise more difficult.
With other preventable causes contribute to suffocation deaths, education is a top priority.
Patients who met with mental-health care providers saw better outcomes for viral suppression.
President Jenifer G. Andrasko (Darden ’10) and Sarah Fay Waller (Col ’10) share how the Alumni Association serves alumni.