Reception for Governor McAuliffe at the US Embassy in Soul Korea

Vice Provost Legro and UVa Alumni were at the Reception for Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe at the US Embassy in Seoul, Korea.

UVA To Launch New London Study-Abroad Program For First-Year Students

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Next fall, first-year students at the University of Virginia will have a unique opportunity to spend their first semester studying abroad in one of the world’s most celebrated international cities. Dubbed "UVA London First: Global Culures in a World City," the new pilot program is based at Regent’s University in the heart of the British capital’s Royal Regent’s Park and Marylebone within central London.

Students Receive 2017 Hannah Graham Memorial Award For Work In Africa

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Three University of Virginia undergraduates in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences are this year’s recipients of the Hannah Graham Memorial Award. Nadjad Nikabou-Salifou, Golda houndoh and Jessica Amick are working on conducting studies in different areas to tackle challenges and make a positive impact. 

UVA Trio Earn Marshall Scholarships

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University of Virginia students William Henagan, Abraham Axler and Sarah Koch have received Marshall Scholarships to pursue graduate study in the United Kingdom, marking the first time the University has had three students selected to receive the prestigious scholarships in a single year.

In the Spotlight

Damien Shen: On The Fabric Of The Ngarrindjeri Body

This is an exhibition of drawings, prints and photographs by Australian Aboriginal artist Damien Shen (Ngarrindjeri, Chinese). It is from September 9 at 10:00 AM to December 18 at 5:00 PM. These works tell the story of the hallowed Aboriginal body and its desecration when colonial scientists stole Aboriginal remains to collect them for research. Click here to learn more about it.