Adapting Education in a Time of Pandemic
Graduate students are vital in driving the success and reputation of Arts & Sciences. Two recent Ph.D. graduates demonstrate this as co-authors of new books with their Graduate School faculty mentors.
An open letter to the UVA Arts & Sciences community
A sampling of notable 2022 books by A&S faculty and alums
The College’s new Catalyst program offers students a boost translating their arts & sciences degrees into professional success.
Using social-media platforms like TikTok as a means to self-diagnose mental-health conditions is trending with teens and young adults. While the practice raises a red flag for one College researcher, for another it points to a deeper cultural problem.
Eight years ago, a UVA chemistry professor set out to design a better chemistry course for her students. Her efforts are changing the ways introductory science is taught at the University.
Christa Davis Acampora joined the University of Virginia on September 1 as the new dean of the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences.
A new endowed chair honoring the career of Professor Ken Elzinga has brought noted antitrust expert Julie Mortimer to UVA.
“The pathway to better prepare the next generation of leaders and for UVA to become the best public university in the nation runs directly through Arts & Sciences. Please join us.”
-Christa D. Acampora, Dean of Arts & Sciences
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