The Case Study Chalet and Lounge is a winter pop-up bar, offering festive specialty cocktails and different varieties of fondue.
Chinese ambassador talks U.S. relations and giant pandas
The ambassador to the United States from China spoke about the future of U.S. and China relations at UVA's Miller Center Tuesday.
State legislators talk public education and CHS problems
UVA hosted state legislators to talk about the next session of the General Assembly on Tuesday. Veteran Sen. Creigh Deeds was joined by two freshman legislators, Amy Laufer and Katrina Callsen, in the House of Delegates.
UVA researchers find a holistic way to help with anxiety and depression
Those who struggle with mental health may have a new holistic approach to curing anxiety and depression.
UVA football player on road to recovery
After a startling back injury late in the third quarter against Louisville, UVA running back Perris Jones is finally on the road to recovery after three weeks in Louisville.
GoFundMe set up to support UVA football player's road to recovery
A GoFundMe campaign has been created to support the recovery of UVA running back Perris Jones and his family.
Committee names new director for Fralin
A committee of faculty and staff affiliated with the arts has selected Karen Elizabeth Milbourne, a senior curator at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art.
Pharmacy in Nellysford brings missing care to Nelson County
UVA Health opened its ninth community pharmacy, called UVA Health Pharmacy Stoney Creek, in Nellysford on Monday.
Autonomous race car makes pit stop at UVA
The University of Virginia Autonomous Racing Team brought their race car to Grounds on Monday.
Grant funding to help improve online weight-loss programs for rural areas
The University of Virginia School of Medicine and the University of South Carolina have received $3.37 million from the National Institutes of Health.
UVA Chapel bells ring in honor of Perry, Chandler and Davis
Devin Chandler, D’Sean Perry, and Lavel Davis Jr. were killed in the shooting that occurred Nov. 13, 2022 on Grounds.
Abortion access may have helped Democrats on Election Day
Abortion access was a major issue that dominated the polls and may have played a role in Democrats securing control of the House of Delegates in Virginia and maintaining their majority in the State Senate.
Newsweek honors UVA Health
The University of Virginia Health System is ranked as Virginia’s No. 1 hospital in Newsweek’s Best-in-State Hospitals 2024 list.
Free speech debate at UVA
The panelists were two visiting professors who focus on academic freedom at their universities.
Research suggests food allergies may increase risk for cardiovascular disease
UVA Health System scientists say antibodies produced in the body in response to dairy and other food pose an elevated risk of cardiovascular-related death for people.
Researchers: Biological sex important to medical research
A new study finds research that could improve patient outcomes is being hindered by a lack of research tools that consider key aspects of biological sex.
Virginia elections draw national attention
Local political experts say this could shape public opinion on issues like abortion access, the economy, and education ahead of the 2024 presidential election.
UVA Center for Politics talks voter turnout
J. Miles Coleman with the UVA Center for Politics said statewide, there could be some tight races.
UVA Health experts discuss new lung cancer screening guidelines
The American Cancer Society is releasing new screening guidelines for lung cancer.
Annual CVC underway with new gift processing partner
The Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign is an effort by state agencies, such as the University of Virginia, to encourage giving to nonprofits.
Recognition for using technology to help patients
The UVA Health System has been named the 'Most Wired' by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives.
Swiss ambassador to U.S. visits UVA
Ambassador Jacques Pitteloud said while Switzerland’s government is different than the United States, they share a similar background and democratic values.
Report: Precision medicine has potential to advance diabetes treatment
More than 200 experts from 28 countries put together a consensus report that looks at published scientific literature to assess the state of the field of diabetes diagnosis and treatment around the world.
UVA Health researches ways to prevent diabetes
Within the past five years a research initiative at UVA Health has been looking into all forms of diabetes and what can be done to prevent it.
New fellowship teaming up UVA students with community partners
The University of Virginia Equity Center and the UVA School of Data Science have teamed up for a new fellowship.