Adapting Education in a Time of Pandemic
The Democracy Initiative’s Student Advisory Council Offers Undergraduates a Voice in One of UVA’s Most Important Missions
For some high school graduates, summer can be a time of anxiety about the challenges that college life will bring. This UVA program gives incoming first years the quantitative skills and a community of support to face those challenges with confidence.
One of the College’s most sought-after undergraduate STEM majors is about to take a giant step forward.
Being an educator during a pandemic hasn't been easy, especially for those teaching aspiring actors, musicians and artists, but adapting to the challenge has had some surprising results.
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.
“Together, we can better prepare UVA's next generation of citizen leaders and help solve some of the world’s most urgent problems. Please join us.”
-Ian Baucom, Dean of Arts & Sciences
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