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Researchers from the Department of Environmental Sciences and other A&S initiatives are bringing new hope to endangered coastal communities.
When the challenges of life as a graduate student got to be too much, Phoebe Cook, who studies the social lives of insects, set out to build a better support network for herself and for others.
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.
Emily Spindler and Kelsey Schoenemann, graduate students in the University of Virginia’s environmental science department, developed Bee Grounds UVA, a working group within the environmental stewardship subcommittee of UVA Sustainability.
Kelsie Wentz’s dream has always been to have a career in the sciences. This spring she will graduate from the University of Virginia’s Graduate School of Arts & Sciences with a Ph.D. from the Department of Chemistry and her pick of post-doctoral research opportunities.
The Caribbean islands are, for many, an idealized vacation spot. For scholars who study the region, it is a place of important history and flourishing arts that has much to show its neighbors and past conquerors, as well as a region that has often been misunderstood because of its struggles.
Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture
Center for Digital Editing
Environmental Resilience Institute
Institute of the Humanities and Global Cultures
Center for Media & Citizenship
Power, Violence and Inequality Collective
Institute of World Languages