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Leaps & Bounds
It’s often said that age is a prerequisite to maturity. Clearly this is not the case for the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy.
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A School Without Walls
With a $120 million gift from the Quantitative Foundation, UVA creates a School of Data Science and establish a presence in this emerging field.
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Honoring a Connection

Lawn Society Members Rosa Perez McGonigal (McIntire '82) and Art McGonigal Jr. (Col '82) look back fondly on their time at UVA.

Lawn Society Members Rosa Perez McGonigal (McIntire '82) and Art McGonigal Jr. (Col '82) look back fondly on their time at UVA.
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Roots, Rocks, Creek Crossings
A poem for UVA's ninth president, James Ryan, by poet and professor of English, Lisa Russ Spaar.
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Art Is Her Mission

Carol Angle, M.D., has always made it her mission to solve difficult problems. She spent 45 years at the University of Nebraska Medical Center as a pediatrician, nephrologist, and toxicologist. Over the course of her distinguished career, Angle became known as one of the nation’s leading experts on lead poisoning.

Carol Angle, M.D., has always made it her mission to solve difficult problems. She spent 45 years at the University of Nebraska Medical Center as a pediatrician, nephrologist, and toxicologist. Over the course of her distinguished career, Angle became known as one of the nation’s leading experts on lead poisoning.
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Natural Beauty

When most people think of research, they think of scientists in white lab coats, determinedly peering into microscopes and stirring beakers full of brightly colored liquid. Thanks to an $815,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, UVA students and scholars are now enjoying increased opportunities for study in the arts.   

When most people think of research, they think of scientists in white lab coats, determinedly peering into microscopes and stirring beakers full of brightly colored liquid. Thanks to an $815,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, UVA students and scholars are now enjoying increased opportunities for study in the arts.