Raj Nehra

Physics Grad Paves the Way for a Quantum Leap in Computer Science

Researchers like Rajveer “Raj” Nehra, a member of the College of Arts & Science's class of 2020, are exploring how light waves could completely revolutionize the way computers solve big problems.


A Sea Change for the Eastern Shore

Researchers from the Department of Environmental Sciences and other A&S initiatives are bringing new hope to endangered coastal communities.

Tim Ware

Research Could Lead to Better Forms of Pain Management

All pain medications have side effects. Take too much aspirin, ibuprofen or acetaminophen, or take highly addictive opioids like oxycodone, codeine or morphine for too long, and the problems they create can become far worse than the ones they were intended to solve.

Reclamation. Detail from painting by Sally Binard. The 2019 UVA conference, “Coasts in Crisis: Art and Conversation in the Aftermath of Hurricanes,” featured several Caribbean artists.

UVA Expands Graduate Programs in Africana and Caribbean Studies

The Caribbean islands might sound like the ideal beautiful, balmy vacation spot, but for scholars who study the region, it is so much more – a place of important history and flourishing arts that has much to show its neighbors and past conquerors, a region that has often been misunderstood becaus