Adapting Education in a Time of Pandemic
UVA’s resident expert on the renowned artist shares details and fun facts from her new book – and explains why the “Renaissance man” tag might be misapplied.
First graduates of the College’s new curriculum are hitting the ground running.
Rosie the Robot operates six days a week in UVA’s “Be SAFE” Lab, processing as many as 3,500 saliva samples a day.
UVA's Bicentennial Scholars Fund is helping make education affordable while reinforcing one of the University's most important traditions.
An Engagements seminar builds critical thinking skills using a timely look at different perspectives on democracy.
One of UVA’s honors societies for outstanding science students in the College of Arts & Sciences isn’t really a secret, it just seems like one.
Despite the challenges posed by digital media and the dwindling number of brick-and-mortar bookstores, people are still reading books, and a number of A&S alumni are leading an industry built on a love of reading into a promising future.
Since its debut in 2013, the College’s Economics Career Office has introduced students to a world of professional possibilities.
Explore a sampling of the exciting advancements happening in Arts & Sciences. Hear directly from faculty and students making a difference.
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