A Gift from Across the World
Tibetan Tashi Tsering (Engr ?04), who helped design a computer system enabling his countrymen to type in their native language, gives gift to the University ?for everything U.Va. did for me and my family.? Read more.
University of Virginia's 'PureMadi' Brings Clean Water to Developing Countries
A ceramic water filtration device that looks like a clay flowerpot may someday play a large role in reducing waterborne infectious diseases in developing countries. Read more.
U.Va. Author's New Book on Russian Prime Minister Says Putin Misunderstood in West
To describe the relationship between Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, University of Virginia professor Allen Lynch relayed a joke. Read more.
Faculty Share Course Design, Translate 'Teaching from the Heart' in Saudi Arabia
Dorothe Bach and Deandra Little, faculty members at the University of Virginia's Teaching Resource Center, didn't expect to bring tattoos back from their jam-packed week in Saudi Arabia. Read more.
Visiting Brazilian Student Catching On to U.Va. Life
When Leandro Machado arrived in Charlottesville Jan. 15 to attend the University of Virginia on a new, Brazilian government-sponsored scholarship, he had some major adjustments to make. Read more.
Student-Run Journal on International Affairs Evolving
Founded in 2004, the Wilson Journal of International Affairs has been the principal repository of undergraduate scholarship in foreign relations at the University of Virginia. Read more.